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VOL 43
THANKS
TO THE
LADIES
OR THEIR appreciation
by atttending our Opening
in such gratifying num =
bers we feel that our efforts to
please the Ladies have not been
in vain and are encouraged to con
tinue in the future
MANY THANKS TO OUR
PATRONS
ROSEN FELDS
A GOOD POSITION
Can be had by ambitious young
men and ladies in the field of
WirelesB or Railway telegraphy
Since the 8hour law became effec
tive and since the wireless com
panies are establishing stations
throughout the country there is a
great shortage of telegraphers
Positions pay beginners from 70
to 90 per month with good
chance of advancement The Na
tional Telegraph Institute operates
six official institutes in America
under supervision of R R and
Wirelesss officials and placeB all
beginners into positions It will
pay you to write them for full de
tails at Memphis Tenn or Col
umbia S C o21
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHERS
CASTOR1A
The last enumeration of mis
sionaries in China gives their num
ber as 3270 The native church
is doubling about every 7 years
and the missionary force every 10
years
Criticism
A dog hitched to a lawn mower
stopped pulling to bark at a pass
erby The boy who was guiding
the mowersaid Dont mind the
dog he ib just barking for an ex
cuse to rest It is easier to be
critical than correct easier to bark
than to work eaBier to burn a
house than to build one easier to
destroy reputation than to con
struct character Fault finding is
as dangerous as it is easy
Anybody can grumble criticise
or censure like the Pharisees but
it takes a great soul to go on work
ing faithfully and lovingly and
rise superior to all as Jesus did
Christian Commonwealth
THOUSANDS DYING
every day from kidney bladder and
rheumatic trouble Why suffer death
when 1 bottle a sixty day treatment
of 1Jalls Texas Wonder Beldom fails
to cure send for testimonials Dr E
W Hall 2926 Olive St St Louis
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In England and Wales the birth
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years
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Cigars
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JEFFERSON TEXAS RIDJ OC OBER 14 1910SIX PAGES
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This spacis edijedfor the benefit o
the teachers and to advance the canse
oteducation irfManon counly I trust
that no teachertwill faiito read each
week what this space contains
txfcEiQIERT
tKConnty Superintendent
Texas Teaclieijs Reading Circle
In compliace with Jhe de
mands of the Teachers State As
sociation a committee composed
of six teachers waB appointed to
organize a TeacneirsfReading Circle
Supt S MN Majrs was elected
chairman t p
This committee met in Dallas
March ioth O to formulate
plans for the OTganization
One of the duties of the board
in control willSe to plan a course
of reading from year to year to be
pursued by the teachers of Texas
to secure evidence of the comple
tion of same and to issue certifi
cates and diplomas to those who
have completed the course satis
factorily f
The Reading Circle year shall
be concurrent with the scholastic
year beginning with the first day
of September ajnd closing witb the
thirtyfirst day ofjAuguat
Any teacher jor other person in
terested in professional or cultu
ral improvement may become a
membrr by filling out a blank ap
plication and filing it with the
manager of theCircle in his coun
ty or with Supt J E Blair of
Corsicana the Secretary of the
State Beading Cirple
The following books have been
adopted i t
How to Studx and Teaching
How to Study McMurray 100
Psychologio Methods in Tea
ching McKeiver 100
A Brief Course in the History
61 = Education t lMonroe SI25
American Literature Bron
son 80c
Civics and Health Allen
8125Nature
Nature Studies for Primary
Grades Cumnjings 100
The prices represent the cost of
the books delivered to members
Books may be obtained from C
A Bryant Dallas Texas
The adoption of these books
was carefullyconsidered with a
view to cover a wide range of
professional and cultural reading
and to meet the needs of all classes
of teacherB
Almost all of these books have
been adopted by reading circle
boards in many other states
The course of study extends
through a period of three years
not fewer than two books may be
changed each year nor more than
three
If desirable the course can be
completed in two years but no
person will receive credit on more
than three books in one year
Upon the satiefactory comple
tion of each years work credit
certificates will be issued and upon
the completion of the full course
six books the member will re
ceive a diploma
The superintendent of schools
of each county or city of this state
or some person designated by such
official is appointed as manager
for his respective county
If the teachers of Marion county
would decide upon two or three of
these books and each teacher
purchase one book a circulating
library could be formed In this
way each teacher would be able to
read three while purchasing but
one These books could be taken
from the office of the County Su
perintendent Books purchased
by white and colored teachers
need not be the same and would
be kept separate
WANTED
COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE re
quires the services of a representative
in Marion County to look after sub
scription renewals and to extend circu
lation by special methods which Lave
proved unusually successful Salary
and commission Previous experience
desirable but not essential Whole
time or spare time Address with ref
erences H C Campbell Cosmopolitan
Magaziue 1789 Broadway New York
City
Duralumin anew patented alloy
of aluminum discovered by Mr
Weeks cbemiBtat Maxims works
is said to be as strong as steel and
almost aa light as aluminum
New works at Birmingham will
manufacture it Duralumin may
be a help to aviation
For a mild easy action of thebowelfl
a single dose of Doana Reguleta is
enough Treatment cures habitual
constipation 25 cents abox Ask your
druggiBt for them
Japan will encourage its mer
chant marineby a provision that
vesselB carrying foreign flags shall
not engage in the coastwise trade
There were 12 deaths due to
smallpox in England and Wales
in 1908 and 29 deaths due to the
effects of improper vaccinatien
LINDEN NEWS ITEMS
Mr Davis Biggs of Jefferson
who has been appointed Agricul
turul Agent for Marion and Cass
counties was in Linden Wednes
day He says he expects to deliv
er a lecture here some time soon
along agricultural lines Announce
ment of date willbe made later
W C Taylor is making prepara
tion to build a new residence on
the corner just across the jtreet
from the Sun office He is atpres
ent having the old blacksmith shop
moved back which he expects to
usefor a barn
The Enon Raptist Association
meets with the First Baptist
church at Jefferson next Thursday
The following delegates have been
appointed fiom heie Rev G K
Williams W C Blalock W H
Harris B F Duncan and G W
Sheffield
A telephone massage was re
ceived Snnday night by relatives
of deceased stated that Mrs Van
Elliott had died at her home near
Bryans Mill Sunday after giving
birth to twins One of the babes
died also
The Kittle sixyear old boy of
Mr Jim Campbell died Thursday
and was buried in Corinth ceme
tery Friday Mr Campbell lost a
child two or three weeks ago and
now has another in a serious con
dition
Miss Nettie Frazior is attending
the Morris county Institute at
Daingerfield this week She will
teach at Naples this winter
Since the rains last week the
weather is considerably cooler
Some report having seen soma frost
Priday morning
Our school is progressing splen
didly ther being over one hundred
pupils enrolled at present
Miss Bertha Frost opened her
school at the Lemmons school
house yesterday Linden Sun
A New York man was sentenced
to for years in the penitentiary the
other day for stealing a 5 cent
hand mirror
Seven companies supply Lon
don with gas and the priceB vary
from 49 to 60 centB for 1000 feet
The murder mills in Dallas
yields a large and increasing grist
Scarcely an issue of the daily pa
pers but contains a story of a kill
ing and often two or more When
Dallas has more murders than a
city like London it is time to call
a halt And the best governed
city in the state viz San An
tonio had eleven murders in nine
teen days What are we going to
do about it McKinney Gazette
Why enact a state prohibition
law and send every outlaw caught
bootlegging the infernal Btuff to
the penitentiary for at least ten
years Then and not till then
will the work of murder and the
making of widows and orphans
stop Only last week a Dallas
peace officer said We are getting
to a fine state of affairs when wo
men and children cannot walk
the street without risking the dan
ger of being shot down And
whiBkey is the canse of it all
Petty Enterprise
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHERS
CASTORIA
ways on all cash purchases amount
ing to 2500 and more
Now is the Time to Buy Your
Fall Suits Coats Dresses
Skirts Waists and Furs
before the Fall rush breaks our com
plete assortment
Procure your railroad agents re
ceipt for your fare
The
MHBHHi
RESPECTFULLY
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troductory Offer <
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The price is 150 a year but to
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The new fall milinery brings to
mind the old shell game The
puzzle ib to find out which hat the
girl is under
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Texarkana Ark October io 1910
We pay your railroad fare
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