Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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LIVINGSTON OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY NIGHT FEB. 2
They’ve Made the Whole World Laugh!
RICHARD & PRINGLE'S
One Gala Night of Gaiety.
Sweet Songs by Southern Singers.
Dexterious Dancers by Boys from Dixieland.
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A Big Ensemble of the World’s Greatest Comedians.
Big Street Parade at Noon
This Seasons Feature
SIMON BONOMOR and His Royal ARAB ACROBATS
Prices: 75c and 50c. Seats on sale at City Drug Store. Balcony for colored only
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' miniature city, transacting busi-
ness in a business way; our stu-
! dents are using cue various j j h p
unparalleu pi oposi ion ^ ^ and records, notes, deeds, j d r January 31-
- the Tyler Commercial ldraft;,' mortgage3i etc;,' JM as
B. Y. P. U. Program.
The following program will be
made by the Tyle
College of Tyler, Texas.
We teach the famous Byrne
Simplified Shorthand and Prac-
tical Bookkeeping, systems so
superior to others that the claims
we make for them seem almost
incredible. We make this free
scholarship offer to convince the
most skeptical that the Byrne
Simplified Shorthand, Practical
Bookkeeping and Business
Training are all that we claim.
We offer a free scholarship to
anyone who will find a single in-
dividual who ever finished the
Byrne Simplified Shorthand,
then laid it aside and took up an-
other system and became a suc-
cessful writer of the latter in
preference to the Byrne. Hun-
dreds have abandoned Pittman,
Graham, Gregg, Cross, etc., for
We will teach any young per-
son with a good common school
education who will attend our
school and do good average work
for three months, to write legi-
bly 150 words of unfamiliar mat-
ter, court reporting, to the min-
ute, in the Byrne Simplified
Shorthand, and transcribe same
neatly on the typewriter, or
make no charge for the course.
If you will find any other school
in the U. S., using any other
system of shorthand that will do
this, we will make you A present
of the course.
With the Byr'ne Practical
Bookkeeping and business train
ing, we make the student a pro-
ficient accountant and business
man in half, the time required
with other systems in odier
schools. |Our w7ork is all taught
ion the plan of "‘Learn to do by
doing;” our school room is a
J.J.1C iuuuwiug ciugi om w in uc
dents are using the various | rendered by the B. Y. P. U. Sun-
they will use them in the best
regulated business offices. Our
school room is one of practical
business training and hot theo-
For catalog that will convince
you of the wonderful superiority
of the famous Byrne systems,
fill in name and address and
For Sale or Rent.
Will sell my farm 1 1-2 miles
north of Livingston for $650.00,
or will rent same. Write me.
W. W. Watley,
Good milk cow fresh in milk.
If any one wants a good cow they
are invited to see it milled.
J. M. Drew.
Subject: Great Missionary
Movement of the Last Three De-
Scripture—Isaiah 6:3-13, by W.
Paper—The Y. M. C. A., by
Paper—The Student's Volun-
teer, b.y Miss Corinne Watkins.
Paper—The Young Peoples
Societies, by Miss Nora Peebles.
Paper—Woman’s Work for
Missions, by Mrs. Roy Sawyer.
Solo—by Miss Nannie David.
Paper—The Laymen’s Move-
ment, by R. H. Jones.
Paper—’The Mission Study
Class, by A. J. Peebles.
Parties who have borrowed
tools from me will kindly return
same at once and greatly oblige
A. E. Simmons.
* Lost. v
Silver framed glasses, in case
with “Houston Optical Co.” on it.
Liberal reward to the finder.
J. H. Lewis.
Here is your chance to get a
home within two miles of the
Livingston court house, at a
price below value. Apply to
C. A. Noblitt.
Good second hand Buggy and
a splendid good buggy Horse.
J. H. Lewis.
On last Sunday evening pair (j>f
gold rimmed glasses in case with
A. Rosenthal’s jiiame on c/ise.
Will pay liberal reward to finder.
C. J. Gerlach.
L. DeWalt, who resides 6 miles
east of Livingston, was in the
city Saturday. He says that a
black and white spotted sow,
marked crop and two splits in
one ear and over half crop and
funder bit in other, came on his
premises about three years ogo,
now having five one year, old
shoats, and that he hopes the
owner will come and get tlieijfi.
Shat always pleases
Price and Quality.
NEAT and UP-TO-OATE
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Manry, E. J. & West, W. L. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1909, newspaper, January 28, 1909; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth657868/m1/4/?q=MISSOURI%20CITY: accessed December 6, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.