The Panola Watchman. (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 24, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Attend Our fell fesltion Expos ijio
of Wearables for Men &Youn£ Men
Good clothes are not uncommon, but we have
here waiting for you an uncommonly fine lot of
Fall Clothes—the choicest patterns tailored in
the most up-to-date way, by men who understand
thoroughly the art of making fine clothes.
They’re CURLEE CLOTHES—the identical
garments proudly worn by good dressers in the
They’re go<»d to look at, and still better for
If you want a fine suit of clothes at an un-
usually reasonable price, a suit which stands out
head and shoulders above all other makes , come
and see CURLEE CLOTHES for Fall wear.
NOTE THESE LOW PRICES
$15.00 $18.00 $20.00
RIGG1ST VALUES ON EARTH
52.30. 63.50 55.00
Call these pants by some fine name—add a
few dollars to the price and they would sell like
hot cakes—because they are the best made pants
we have ever brought into this store.
However, all this would not be fair to you,
and you are the man we are trying to interest.
CURLEE pants in spite of their attractive
ness from every view point, are sold at the same
moderate price everywhere. They are known
as the biggest pants value on earth, and because
of the large quanity which is sold the manu-
facturers can afford to sell them for less, and we
can afford to sell them to you at the same pro-
portionately low prices.
THE VERY SAME PRICE
$2.50 $3.50 $5.00
ALL OVER THE WORLD
T The Panola County Institute
held its initial meeting in the
aoditorium of the school building I
3 this morning. The opening ex -1
^raises were conducted by the
Garthage High School. The pro -
giym was a delight to the Insti-
gate and a credit to the studen ts
aad teachers of Carthage. The
program in full follows:
Scripture Reading and Invoca-
Welcome Address—W. Brooke.
Respoae—A- E. Meador-
Vocal Solo—Ouida Holmes.
Norwegian Folk Dance Pri-
v mary Class.
immediately after the program
was completed, an intermission
of five minutes was given in or-
,der that everyone might greet
his old friends and extend the
hand of welcome to the newcom-
mn. The house was then called
teenier and organization effect-
pi under the supervision of the
Superintendent C. L.
id. R. E- Carswell and Miss
Pool were chosen as chairman
and secretary respectively. A
committee, consisting of Miss
Collins. A. E. Meador and B. H.
Timmins, with Miss Wooten as
chairman, was appointed to fur-
nish news for the daily, which
will be published during the In-
It is said that fools are of two
kinds. The one who tries all
manner of enterprises and never
succeeds in any, but is energetic;
the other is he who knows all
about one thing, but knows so lit-
tle about everything else that he
has no judgment in respect to it.
A school boy on being asked
why he received a whipping, re-
plied: “That it was all because
his teacher was too ignorant to
know that something better
would have done. ’’
The public school is the great-
est composite factor of our civi
lization today. Te*as is work-
ing mightily to broaden the use-
fulness of her public schools,
A. M. B'KER
Office Over Po*t< ffice
Residence - Phone 208
Two institutions are holding
their sessions in Carthage this
week, the District Court and the
Public Schools of the county.
Every one recognizes the neces-
sity of the former and all law-
abiding citizens willingly pay
their tax levied for the support
of this most costly institution,
yet there are some who might
complain at the expense of a
Teachers’ Institute, while a lit-
tle rellection would clearly show
that as our public schools grow
in etfi iency our courts would be
less ci »wded and less needed.
We dmit the necessity of the
one hi ause of a failure in the
Not a failure in purpose
ulure, oftimes, to have
ic schools reach the end
h they were created, —
r says that education
its purpose to prepare
one foi omplete living; and, ac-
cording ro him. complete living
means The discharge of duties
connect *d with first, the direct
preservation of one s life and
health; >econd, the indirect pres-
ervation of his life, which in-
volves those activities necessary
1 has fo'
for self support; third, the care
and bringing up of the family,
involving both physical and
spiritual phases; fourth, the
functions of citizenship, and the
rational employment of the leis-
ure part of life, embracing those
duties included in aesthetic en-
Perhaps the philosopher does
not give us the true purpose of
education in all its phases, but
from his viewpoint is not the
purpose worthy of all efforts that
may be put forth for the hoys
and girls of today—the men and
women of tomorrow?
All praise to the work of the
Institute which has for its pur-
pose the better preparation of
the teacher who is to lead afield
your child and my child.
My stock of jewelry was never
more Complete. Anything you
want at a price you can pay.
W\ T. Alston.
Buggies A Harness.
REX and YALE buggies can’t
be beat. We also have a com
plete assortment of harness and
Frazer Hardware Company.
W. R. Carmicheal of Clayton
had business in the county hub
the middle of last week.
Miss Pearl Wooten, on Friday
evening, gave a theater party,
complimentary to the teachers of
the teachers of our City School
The Misses Wooten, Roberts.
Cavin, Seabring, Denny, Cal-
houn. Goforth, Jimmerson, Ram-
sey, Corley, accompanied by
Messrs. Pippin, Meador, Boyn-
ton, Ross, Strong, Boyce, Van-
Sandt, Jordan, Butler. Wall and
Prof. Holmes were met at the
picture show by Miss Pearl
Wooten. After enjoying the
pictures the "bunch” repaired
to the Carthage Drug Store
where ice cream and cake were
served. Then on the way to the
home of the hostess the fun be
gan. At the sound of a whistle
every one "changed partners”
and some amusing mistakes were
made. On reaching their desti-
nation there was other novel
ways of entertainment—spider
webs to be untangled, the men
taking one color thread the ladies
another, and amid much laughter
when the end of web was reach-
ed there was always a treat for
the finder, such as peanuts, ap-
ples, pop corn, crackers and
kisses (candy of course). This
was a lively party any way, and
every one present enjoyed every
minute of the time and wished
the evening longer. Miss Wooten
was assisted in entertaining by
her niece. Miss Theo Anderson.
tDon’t fail to see the biggets
stock of goods that has ever been
in Carthage at O. H. Butler’s.
The prices are guaranteed to be
New fall millinery at Miss Lily
/Tablets, pencils, inks, and
dther school room articles cheap-
er at W. T. Alston’s.
J. A. Mauritzen returned from
Tyler last Wednesday, having
gone there to have an engine
Mother*, Bring Your Boy*
To J. R. Jones & Sons and in-
spect the New Fall Hercules
Boys Suits. They are guaranteed
in every respect.
Seward Chocolate* Fresh
John L. Chadwick, Est.
Phone 101. _
Glasses correctly fitted to your
eyes at reasonable prices.
W. T. Alston.
J. L. Gohlston. of Gary, spent
several days at Carthage this
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Park, R. M. The Panola Watchman. (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 24, 1913, newspaper, September 24, 1913; Carthage, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth885957/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sammy Brown Library.