Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 84, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 20, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Trior, Monday, Ocióla* I*. IM
Of the Fifth Sunday Meeting of Smith County
Baptist Association to [be held with Harmony
Baptist Church beginning Thursday ^Night,
October 28, 1909.
7:15 Sermon by Rev. G. M. Daniel.
10 a. m. Devotional exercises, led by Rev. J. S.
10:30. Layman's duty in church work, Rev. G. J.
Christian and C. P. Orr.
11:00. Sermon by Rev. G. P. May.
2 p. m. Devotional exercises led by Rev. Lee Crow.
2:30. Duty of the deacons, by Rev. G. W. Gilliam and
A. L. Montgomery.
3:30. Dnty of the membership towards the deacons,
Rev. Isaac Sellers and T. B. Butler.
Night Session-Sermon by Rev. N. V. Hamrick.
9:30. Devotional exercises led by Rev. J. L. Morrison.
10:00. Woman's work in church, Essay by Miss Fan-
10;30. Importance of an educated ministry, Rev. C. J.
11:00. Sermon, by Rev. E. W. H. Parker.
2 p. m. Devotional exercises conducted by Rev. A.'.W.
2:30. I§ it the duty of every member to give of I his
means to the support of the cause, and what
portion thereof, led by Rev. H. H. Street.'
3:30, Should we provide for the sustenance of our old
ministers, led by Rev. L. W. Duke.
Night Session—Sermon by Rev. H. H. Street.
9:30 a. m. Devotional exercises led by Rev. H. C.
1Q;00. Work of the B. Y. P. U. led by E. H. Wood.
11:00. Sermon by Rev. R. E. Morris.
2 p. m, Praise service led by Rev J. R. Rozell.
2;30, Our Sunday School Work, led by Rev. M. O.
Night Session—Sermon by Rev. L. W. Duke.
TO TYLER SATURDAY.
SUN FLOWER PHILOSOPHY."
People do nut realize how much
RtngUiVC UrotliWM are Ifnokcd for nil there Is In politeness or there would
BHRngeinctit In Tills dir.
Th«b beat news of the day I the an-
nouncement that n Saturday. Octo-
ber 21, Klngling Brothers' World's
I QrituteMt Circus will visit Tyler bring
ing theself-same organization of for-
«lgfn taleoit that electrified the city
of New York during the opening en-
gagement Of the circus in Madison
This In Ringling Brother*' twenty-
sfrth year in the business. Ten years
ago they ha<1 the greatest show on
earth and this year they are twice a#
big and ten times m good ay then.
This ki no exaggeration. Those who
IBMQt)tjbDt> show will believe the state-
ment. Nfvtr York beilevA It, as the
crowds tlMrt were dally turned away
09m the Garden unable to get in can
There are «even sensational num-
bers, on the great urogram this sea-
son, and Mgr one of them would carry
« show to distinction. The Schu-
mann performing horses, worth their
weight In gold because of the won.
deitful tWings they do; the Arthur
g, - trio of strong men who could
move a house with their combined ef-
forts; Roblidello, the Mexican Wizard
•whb hops on his head on a high wire;
"herd of elephants that sing each
ther and talk over a telephone from
e end of the main tent ti the other,
and, the thrilling and dangerous au-
tomobile double omer#wult m&do by
« mere girl, are a few instances of the
greatness of the show.
There are other great acts. Those
mentioned are merely samples of the
great bill. Then there is a menag-
erie that must be mentioned because
It Is the largest and msst complete in
America. The parade, loo. is a
strong feature. It is all new nnd l«
three ifflles long. The big circus cov-
ers twelve acres, has C59 horses and
employ* nearly 1300 men, women and
Notice to Maet iiiMH* . *
'lyier, Tex.. Oct. 18, 1909.—Tyler
Tent Nj. 56, K. O. T. M„ will hold a
special review Tuesday night. Oct.
19th, at which time the members of
Lindale tent will be here with a cHss
¿I candidates for Initiation. A full
attendance is requested and especially
all members of the degree team are
urged to be present. If you don't
| come you will regret It. for there will
tw-"somethlnff doing.jlp q
E. N. Snurord, Com.
be moro polite people.
When grafters get to telling sto-
ries on e aeh other, you get the real
thing in muck-rakir.g.
After nearly every marriage. It Is
¡••aid: "There Is already talk of a
After a man has been engaged two
months he It apt to look as seedy
and subdued as a married man.
There is only one thing left in
some houses In whtich parents exaci
obedience from their children: They
do make them go to school.
What has become of the ild-fash-
loned people who complimented a
baby by saying: "Its so smart 1 fear
you will never be able to raise it!"
On cirous day a boy always likes
to hear that one of the elght-hona©
wagons became stalled, and that an
•lephant pushed it out with his head.
Main Light Willi Him.
"They are still talking about the
sun's light dying out," some one
said to Brother Williams, and his
comment was brief and expressive.
"Pat ain't worrying me at all. De
mam question with me is—when ie
my own light, gwlne out?"—Atlanta
Mr.'. Ilogh llltt is visiting in Ty-
ler this week.
Mrs. Newt Koberts a,id sun. II tw-
irl are visiting In Chandler this
Mrs. Bay Thornton spent a few
dn>s in Tyler.
Mrs. ,1. W. Morris went to i.indale
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smyre and chil-
dren spent Wednesday in Tyler.
Mrs. Bert Cham bless went to Tyler
Karl Wood went to Tyler Friday.
W. H Swann went to Tyler Friday,
Mrs. P. S. Wood went to the Dallas
The Mother's Club met Friday af-
ternoon and are arranging t:> put up
new shades In the school building,
also to buy a book case and globe.
C. W. Wood whv has been quite
111, is bett r at this wrIQpg.
JAMES R. ADAMS
Big Hardware Store
Is a Fat Proposition
For Your Pocket Book
-.The sale is now on good and hundreds of well pleased
customers have made purchases receiving the largest values ever
offered in Tyler.
. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
o wares you need every day is there on sale at prices that are in
nearly every instance 50 cents on the dollar cheaper than you
can buy them anywhere. * .
ATTEND THIS SALE
while you can secure some rare bargains. Everything is. there.
A $125.000 stock. Do hot delay, but go see the bargains you can
pick up there.
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 84, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 20, 1909, newspaper, October 20, 1909; Tyler, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179593/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.