Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 85, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOEER 27, 1910.
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 31 tli-.T's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
i Bears the Signature of _ CT
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STRUT, NEW YORK CITY.
:: OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS |
; XYLANDER CARSON, Editor
R. F. D. No. 9
Why We should Speak to Everypne j !i without belnar a governor, am
We Meet ea. inspire without iiavin-g a grea
hi j • *art in you.
teachers, we a* slowly fiudiiu
(By Miss Pearl Zorn)
in the first place, I think it is out
duty.. It shows good' manners. It shows
the people that we are interested in
them and are there for their good.
It doesn't cost us a penny to !>;>
pleasant and cheerful. But we can
hardly estimate the good a cheerful
spirit does, it brings sunshine to ev-
It ts much nicer to ni.et everyon.
With a ipleasant. "good morning" tha i
to drop your head with a sour look.
A pleasant expression ^oes a long
▼ays. I know from my own ex.uer-
It <loes me good for my patrons to conic
around and «peak to ::v\ and lo<i\
as if tliey were glad fo see me, teU me
their chifldren like me and they think
they are learning fast.
We should never fall to speak to pu-
pil* and patroirs whenever we sc
(hem. Don't wait for your patrons ' ,
make your acquaintance, hunt th;*:v
up and make their acquaintance. Drop
in some encouraging word. We neve 1
know what some little kind word w:!1
do. And especially look alter tho¿.
who -by some misfortune dc not ha .
the opportunities that others do .
thin many teai.-hers make the mis-
take of show ing some partiality i i
C.u ouV real relation toward the-com-
•u«tlty In which we teach. Dollars and
oetts are not so much considered as
meiiy. Using the profession as
epping stone to something else 13
issing away. Teaching is becoming-á
«al profession in the South. Things , y
,,, i let his parents know that you thiBk at
o teach greater than arithmetic an ! ' "
self, and love your patrons > ytou
love your pupils.
'J'hoie is an opinion in many places
that the rural school does not amount
to*muclii* A sentiment has giown u;>
bomeliow that just any kind of achool
and Just any kind of a leaclier will
do out In the country. Country chil-
dren are not looked upon as buing any
thing to compare intellectually and so-
cially with city boys and «iris. Just
why this is, I am not prepared to say.
nor df>es it concern me much, but
such an opinion is built upon false
premises. It should not exist and ha-
110 grounds for Its existence, and I am
glad that sentiment toward our conn
try district schools is being rapidly el-
evated in the minds of .everybody.
It is universally conceded that prac-
tically all of the great men and wo-
nun of the nation cante from the Ut-
ile reel school house ami they are s ill
coming from the same source. In
these schools, as nowhere Use, tli
foundation for character is laid. JnMu
''ares tending towards evil arc- not >
ureal as In (lie city. The country bo>
has tin own around lilm a higher el.
of moral environments "and the i.i.-a
«if a noble life are more seriously Hi-
pressed upon him. The r\iral sell > >1
teacher seems to get nearei n> the >u-
pil than teachers of town an.I city
schools, and there is a bond of uní" ¡
between teacher and pupil and among
the pupils theriiselves that d/jes tot
exisi in the latter. Many a man looks
back over a successful career and re-
members that he got his first perma
nent ideas about the affairs of life
ihat aie worth while from some earn-
est little country school teacher who
took a persona! interest in his \v>!
fare and who knew enough of his p- r
i-toaal nature to make his individual
case one worthy of development. The
man in the soul of the boy is reached
and he grows up a power in the land
There is a graeat, deal of talk of
the inefflency of the rural schools,
but they have a way of turning out
good m«n and women that might well
tie emulated by schlools of more pie-
ten lions importance.
I.e? the district teacher feel tha'
he or she. holds the highest, position
on the face of the earth, and let him
ever be found talking, teaching and
working to build up the same opinion
in the minds of his patrons and pu-
pils. Uo something to elevate the ru-
ral idea. 1-ei; that bare-fdoted, sore-
heeled boy know that you think nottv
I ing too good for him, and be siilfe to
Swan. Tex., Oct. IS.—The ladles
met with Mrs. Berta Chambles Mon-
day afternoon and quilted a quilt for
the Orphans' Home.
Miss Anna Swann returned home
Friday from 1.on don, O., where she
has spent the past ten weeks with
friends. She reports a fine time.
Miss Mary Ruy spent Saturday at
Miss Lola Thompson spent Satur-
day and Sunday with her parents a' j
Miss Lena Uedoll spent Saturday at I
I Mr. and Mrs, Skinner of Tyler are!
visiting her sister, Mrs. Quinee
Miss Lena Bedeil left on the noon
j train Monday for Dallas.'
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Martin vis-
' ited his brothers here this week.
For nervous, tired women, we recommend Car-
dui. Cardui is a woman's medicine. It acts speciñ-1
cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building
effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful
ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you
I suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui
at once and give it a fair trial. ^
18 WiEl Help Yon
being founded. The greatest thing to
be accomplished by the teacher In the
sefaool'oom or community is to inspire
the hoys and girls of the present to
become the great and good men and
women of the future. This can't be
done by the cold and spiritless teach-
Ivove your pupils as you love your-
The hope of the nation rests wit:
the rural schools and will always ii.o
so. The great social, political and fi-
nancial battles to be fought in the fu-
ture of this country will btf waged
principally by men who shall come
from ¡he country schools.
Peruna Tablets Tested.
I Let every district in Smith county
I have a full term and a longer term,
and every pupil attend every day of
I the ful! termi
Wh.-f. urn tW® r-runa Tablets goor. Í Probably in tour next ssue we will
for" llus h u y bod' used them enough | have something to say to the boy® of
'•«>-what they ivill cío? Reard the . Smith county, and hope that c-verv
U uv.iuji 1" «<♦ •• i.uu see. If you have )¡np .. ¡ii h_ ...
. doubt us lo tiie genuineness of tlt
ict'-r write to M' s. Lolir, enclose i,
%!,,,• . imd peo whether ho;
.o ¿j'-jauineor not:
Mich., June 10, 1008-
Tliu PeruIIa i>. u;; Uo.
In rrgurrl t" ' <■> Pcruna Tablets, I these contributions. Anything and ev-
read and studded.
The editor asks the entire teacher
body of the county and all others in-
terested in education and in Uette-
schools for Smith county to aid him in
T e h
• aoi ;iapf •
of ng p. :Í ;
i'll h oc. :
A EC • 3«m
sie ,-a! said in th->
Wen ove. This thine,'
t-j " pat: ¡n.s ;;n 1 pu-1
ittle ihln" in '
Lack Í it dot s J
it1! r liter care ,
•<;id o').s( vation wo i
mm Jit. v. hen posses j . '
..ave u.-.c.l .i.' '.en boxes in all.
I V.'Vi" T >i. -;j Chieago my oldes-.
1 ''itrd.M' \,.is '.'>|h"red villi a oun.-.Ii
I all the tlti1'., has had it for fmn
i •• ars. í ' ... it Would go away
; m. I in the 'a ter time it was so bad
I '' t!if- - i.s a 'id profvssorn sail)
: i...: si..' i ..<i '"ti-uinpl ¡ >'\ and t he mil v
I ' ." to '*"> r any relief was to pt«r
I 'e. ¡i.i „... iatli.n.
i s-;v > !Tiu<'h money for different
'lei.e . af!rl for doc.tors also. Nolli-
..i. i.i i: t<v help her.
«■"'* T ■' 11.l'eruna'I r.lilels adver*
d •' )'.'i*;er, ii::.1 1 got a bos
. .. . C. the;;;. ¡SiU! l'.illld ¡¿el SOllle
iking tliem. She would be tip
. and cough. So in alT:;lio took
•, and never was bothered any
"a rted teaAhr r.
i til '<x
J ir : -
j th< '
ity. í! r j
line, tr 1
) e jt
weak :* O
BC^DOl • •! and towards our patron.,
13 one the grr*ite-,-;t .ssential of
Wei" : ounded in subject matter,
ipo??.-'- with an innate power to gov-
«.* , :• j * equippe<I with a loving heart
t':n; nis out upon the face, are the
"ea! essentials to success in
oalrooin. If you haven't these,
u i' •!'< V
leave this for any fino lo in-
..u our old re&idenee, where wo
, 'i Chicago. All our neighbor
• ■ ie one ol tne. * ul) hi say that she could not live with
c'/is in a is success r- cough. You don't know lmv>
•Hi I ' • r::. in mu - ihanLi'ul I am. Siio is eighteen years ''Iffht w
. a!on i with dlsclp- ol::- claim,
/ft'-n ; • leo- e coadM". I I- . '°hlcst, son also was bothered with
fe.n- Iii f"i «.ntomuch' throwing up, and hia
I bo'velg so looso all tho time. Howai,
erythlng that Is of interest to your
school and,district will be appreciated
and will at the same time be valuable
to you. You cannot doxtoo mttcli f.u*
your sí'ho.J, anu I will encoutage tiie
young teachers by saying that the
more you do for your .school and dis-
trict, the more you do for yourself. It
ir.-elf in 1; former jkmI- | « it'
strong di - Ip'.rinrian. 11, '°l
■un down for four months. 1 also
torcd with him. One would say this
1 tho other something else. I started
give him tho Tablets, and now he
experience '' aU , isht and honlfhy looking, lío
, ... , ' 11 • d« four boxes. That is all ho wants
,,lfU "0)it0nf'HH in ,h" , take whenever anything alls him.
¡áo I praise your Tablets Just as high
is [ have your l'eruna. That is all
tho medicine that ever conies 111 my
house. Whenever I travel 1 take some
with me. I have had three of my chil-
dren slide with scarlet fever two months
ago, and that is all I used, was the Po-
ruña and tho Tablets. 1 did not lose
any of tliem.
If there is any moro information you
Natural Hen Incubator.
Are you goins to set any,hem:? If
yon surely ottstlu to have a Natural
Hen Incubator. Cost only a trifle.
Makes big money. It. will pay for it-
self ten times In one season. People
are delighted with it by saving loss
of eggs, time, money and worry. The
Natural Hen Incubator u patented
and all persons who imitate, making,
Belling or using it without a patent
111 be prosecuted for damage
as section 4, 19, revised
statutes of the United States, reads.
To November 21 I will sell at a bar-
gain to introduce a complete chicken
factory, including a patent right, in-
cubator plans. $2.00. Brooder plan.
2n cents; lice, 25 cents, and egg
fonmila, 10 cents, and one dollar due
bill, good with order for fancy egg3
or chickens to (he N. H. T. Co., total
$3.5.", for only one dollar, or % cents
and 5 of these ads. Satisfaction guar-
anteed or money refunded. Address
to Gustav Bott, Tyler, Texas, Rfd. 1,
Box 142, or new phone 311.
Sub Agents Wanted—I will make
the incubator or brooder. Write at
once; make your wants known. Send
m. You * can't teach with ,ut ^nt. why just let mo know and I wlU .mir dollar and don't forget. Then go
too g so hlng to teach, and can't b°«lad Wrt! truly'
Mra. W. W. Gardner, of Padueah, Ky., tried Cardui and writes:
«I thin!-:-dui 5? just grand, i Hv ■ been usii.jr it for eleven-years.
I am -IS years old tind feel like a rent, woman, since t nave been I
takim ií. i u>'ed to sutfer iron ') a ring down a ins. nervousness j
and s' l'i.le, ;u'ss, but now the p: arc all gone and T sleep good.
11 highly re 'Jinmend Cardui. for :ng and old." Try it.
! AT ALL B: UG STORES
Mus. L. I.OHK. Raveana, M.ob. ,0 work ,n ,ois"ro bo,,r8 and *et rcndy
your hens to set.
Brother Garrison of I.lndale preach-
ed here Sunday night.
Mr. Sam Mljrris of I.lndale was in
our little town Sunday.
Mr. J. K, McBride is on the sick
list this week. We hope he will sooa
be up again.
Mrs. 1). V. Sharp returned home
Sunday afternoon from Dallas where
she has been for the past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Swann and chil-
dren spent Sunday at Tyler with his
parents. J. R. Swann spent Sunday
with his parents at Tyler.
Mrs. D, M. McCoy and daughter
-.pent several days at Lin dale with
Dr. and Mrs. Miles left on the noo.i
train Monday for Dallas and after
seeing the sights there will visit at
Kaufman and Maybank before return-
joined, This judging will continue
day by day, until all classes of ex-
hibits in the Agricultural Department
liave been passed upon.
Wc have a special sale on men'-:
underwear for winter. Ask to see
them at Brown i¿ McKarland's. tf
To Be Sold In Ten Days.
i''(>lt SALE—'A good mare, seven
One thousand spixils of Baker's per-
years old, sound, walks well. 'Phone I fpct w,re tQ ^ ^ <n ten dfty8i a,
33!i. (i rings, or write Sain Wood, $2.75 for painted, $2.75 for galvanized.
Route 9, Tyler, Tex. 85 S7 N. V. FR1EDLANDBH.
FOOT BALL TEAM
JOE SPAIN WISHES GAMES WITH
FAST TEAMS IN BAST
Mr. Joe Spain, manager of the Ty-
ler fbotball taem, states that he will
be glad to have a game with the best
fiootball team to be found in this sec-
tion of Texas. He announces that the
club will average about 135 pounds
to the player.
The boys have recently organize!
and have ddne somie considerable
practice and will be in flne shape to
meet all comers. They promise to
have some flne games during this fall
NAVARRO IS SECOND; CASS
THIRD; KAUFMAN, FOURTH,
AND HUNT, FIFTH, IN LIST.
The pallas News of today has the
Th© judging of county exhibits com-
menced yesterday in the Agricultural
Department. By rapid work the com-
mittee completed thé judging, ami
late in the afternoon made this official
report of awards tw Superintendent
W. D. Carnee:
First prize, Cooke county; second
prize, Navarro county; third prize.
Cass county; fourth prize, Kaufman
county, and fifth prize, Hunt county.
The North Plains couutry was given
first prize for exhibits Horn sections.
This exhibit was the only entry in
fliat class, and composed of Hartley,
county and section exhibits was com-
posed of W. E. Prescott, Robert Cole
and D. A. Saunders.
The judging of the individual ex-
hibits continued through the day. and
Official report of the committee is sub-
Only Big Show
TC-§yPCM FEATURES OFH
■■MARVEL OF ALL «HOWS
[ARE eiVEN URDER^H
LARGEST TENT EMOTED^
6 BIG ARENAS "¿.ÜOT?. \
61 HORSE ACT
125 emolís ACTS
61 HORSES Jar
BOVIHCO IT TNI
ASENTI or TNII (HOW
SEALS AND SEA-UOMI
MORE TRAINED ANIMAL ACTS THAN CVtn KIN lirORt
THE SHOW OF Jl THOUSAND WONDERS
THE OIMEST AMUSEMENT ENTER.
PRISE TNE WORLD HAS EVER
IT 10 O'CLOCK EVERT MORNING
Big, New Street Parade
On 50-Centlicks! Admits to 111
CNIIOAFB UNOFR 12 . tRS MIF MICE
Burks-Walker Furniiure Co.
B'jr to announce to their friends and the rublic that they
have bought the undertaking stock of J. E. Messereau &
Co. and are prepared to furnish you any kind of Coffin on
Short notice at le4s prices than you can buy them else-
v here in Tyler. Also Hearse furnished when desired.
Phone 421 or call at
BURKS-WALKER FURN1TURK COMPANY
North Broadway Tyler, Texas
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 85, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910, newspaper, October 27, 1910; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179697/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.