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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 23 December 1910

Want Ads For Results BIGHT PAGES TODAY. ' f t- iM,*s WEEKLY QOURIER-TIMES Absorbed Tyler Dally Poet November 28, 1910 VOLUME XIII. TYLER, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910. r NO. 96 Want Ads For Results inr • ^TaíSÍ<* , No Lime Phosphate /. M v.N MEETING OF EAST TEXAS m COMMITTEE FORTY-EIGHT "I am quite positive that the me of alum baking powder should bo condemned." —Prof. Voughan, University of Michigan, In buying baking powder examine the label and take only a brand shown to be i\ r mp^e with/Tream ol Tartar. 7 J Dr.PRICE'S AM Baking Powder A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. Improves the flavor and adds to the healthhdness ol the food. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Since acquiring the Courier-Times property, and after a careful Investi- gation among our advertisers, and af- ter talking with quite a number of subscribers, we have decided to change the Semi-Weekly Courier-Times into a weekly edition, for two or three rea- sons. So hereafter, there will be no i...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 23 December 1910

***$ b" >,91 I :;,;J - • •'" fV:s ) ' '. w;" i'-t '■ ■ • i tó*' ' v (V A ■' 1 . ' EbbP®8'; i V. WW FURNITURE BIG X MAS SALE GILL'S FURNITURE STORE | i &* i'V-V' | u ' ' 'h H%e^ 1,* • 'V&V'-- • ■$"• " ¡BMW.' "vi* Si 1 Dining Room Furniture .the latest styles In China Closet . Bullets, Bid* Boards, Dining Tables and Dining Chairs. CHINA CLOSETS. >16.00 value Xmas Sale $65.00 $66.00 value Xmas Sale $46.00 $60.00 value Xmas Bale $24.50 $40.00 value Xmas Sale $27.60 $31.00 value Xmas Sale $14.60 SIDE BOARDS. Imm Clow Out* $66.00 value Xmas Sale $16.00 $60.00 value Xmas Sale $27.60 $40.00 value Xmas Sale $>4.60 $>0.00 value Xmaa Sale $18.00 $>0.00 value Xmas Sale $12.60 BUFFETS. $46.00 value Xmas Bala $28.60 $>6.00 value Xmas Sale $22.60 $25.00 value Xmaa Sale $14.60 DINING CHAIRS and many other articles for the dining room too numerous to mention will be closed out during our XMAS Bale at reduced prices. KITCHEN CABINETS. A nice present for any house wife while ...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 23 December 1910

PSj > I offer for your consider- ation a special line of Tooth Brushes— The kind that retain their bristle Hair and Nail Brushes— Those found in only the best stores Perfumes and Toilet Waters —The best makes of Vio- let and />ther popular odors, Viz, Soul Kii Bocadia, etc. G. S. CLARK'S Drug Store Í1S8, By T. B. Butler and Associates. H. A. McDougal, Manager. Office of publication, Reeves building, Room* S and 4. North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. Application made for entrance as sec- ond olas* mall matter. Subscription Rates: One Year $1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the . ■' character,, standing or reputation of any person, Arm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Courier-Times will be gladly correct- ed upon its being brought to the at- tention of the publishers. OFFICE PHONES: City Editor Old phono 51 City Editor New phono 104 Advertising Old phone 114 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1010. JUDGE F. J. McCORD. After four years of faithful public service, and with highe...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 23 December 1910

HP J-; t Utter from thla : "I wia con- i (or itarM month* with and during that untold stony. The doc- tor Mid in operation waa Inevitable. I triad Cardul. Now I am well and able to do a great part of my work." Thousands of ladles have testified to the benefit obtained (rom Cardul. the woman's tonic. It prevents unneces- sary womanly pains and builds up wo- manly strength. It Is a trus tonic. Try It It will help you. Editor Courier-Times: I wish to stste to the public through your rahf able paper that there have boea some misstatements mads about me as tc who cured my rheumatism, and I **• sire to say that Dr. L K nn Is th* ssaa who d«setv«« the credit. He •* as* off my crutches In eighteen day-a. J'«- | ring the month of July Wit, «W- I all other methods had (kiM i« am I than three years, and thts «-** &•*>' j without druga. (Signed) STAR1JEY SHKLYWX «r«* COCVTY SCHOOLS. Xytander Carson. Editor. Tyler. R. F. D. llllll NEW tun KOIII SUMPTION OF S24,60tl V 500.000 CYPRESS SHIN0...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 23 December 1910

LeGrand. McDonald. Carlton. Co CHRISTMAS SALE SALE BEGINS THURSDAY DECEMBER We Have searched the Novelty Markets of America and Europe and brought here for you, Suitable things for Christmas presents. Many believe in mak- ing a long profit on Short-Lived goods. We believe in making a short profit that will move Holiday Goods fast. Our stock not only contains NOVELTIES but useful things for presents for Women, Men and Little Folks. Our counters are ablaze with things suitjable for presents. Ladies Neckwear Wo have just received a big assortment of Ladies' Neckwear, iu pretty Christmas boxes, all the newest and latest novlties, Prices range, $1.00, 75 c., 50c., and down to £wU Christmas Handkerchiefs 100 dozen Children's Handkerchiefs; plain white—white with colored borders and colored Handkerchiefs, bought especially for Cm holiday trade. Special price 3C 100 dozen Ladies' hemstitched, embrodiered and cross-bar initial and all pure linen Hand- kerchiefs; worth 15c. Specially priced 4...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 23 December 1910

9 1 lis mñ BIG CROP IN ALABAMA contained an exoellent likeness young (rlend, Wallace Klrby, | J. L. ■ in the Mount Carmel com* Bin* mile* north of the city, with a statement from Pro Jamee T. Kay, teacher at Mount BAILEY IS ARRESTED AT CROCKETT FOR DEFRAUDING LIFE INSURANCE CO. BAB A POCKET ' 3 FEET SQUARE OLD. WOMAN.. ARRESTED.. ON CHARGE OF SHOP-LIFTING, HAD ARTICLE8 IN POSSESSION. ! I ffe. IS ♦ . tm. mm m i ■ la the young boy who made Am record raising corn. feasor Kay says In his letter: Smith County, Texas. Farm and Ranch: Tou will And enolosed a photograph of our thirteen-year-old boy who grew •4 bushels and 5f pounds of corn on 1 1-100 acres of land. This ground was measured and corn weighed by J. L. Johnson and Will Johnson. This boy, Wallace Klrby, has been my p.upll, for, more than three years' | read Farin and Ranch with us In l last winter. Ha says he thinks he can make more than 100 bushels next year on one acre of ground. The land used has been In cultivation for more ...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 30 December 1910

w . V "V / \1 I WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES, fl.00 A Year. Wéekly (Courier-Tim es ESTABLISHED 1883. Successor to Semi-Weekly Couricr-THue*. TVLER, TEXAS, FRIO \Y, DECEMBER 80, 1910. ,,.00 VOLCME XXVIII. NO. 32 FOUND WIFE AND CHILDREN IN Kill FARMER FI&DS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN DROWNING IN WELL AT HOME. NOTE LEFT ON TABLE Unusual Tragedy Sadden the Holidays of a Prosperous Texan Farmer. Ill Health the Cause. 28.—" Anna, Texas, Dec, find me and the chllder- was the note which I farmer living near hit .. id t-\ table when he entered his home. paper on which note was written hardly dry, and the farmer rushed lnlo the yard and, to his horror, found his wife and two daughters, one three years old, the other three months of ' age, in the well. With the aid of neighbors hastily summoned, Reeves drew the bodies of the three from the i well and attempts were made to resus- citate them. The children were be- yond revival, but the mother was not dead. She has not yet regained con- sciousness, howev...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 30 December 1910

«W4* L health Hundred Clavan, ua to lay that during the year of something carries, have ua thereby obtain prices, mand, *8 Drug Mon If at ron are to a drug supply you the beat at tha Tours to a. a Courier-Times S&wp# * i; 1 afc, run on* O" mr the drill an thing Is ovar- ii tired of too | > af a i tor good at day by «ay. lava said King Too many laws i the cry of special Interests of recent years. There are some men in almost every city who resemble a swill barrel in at toast one respect: they take in every thing and emit only a bad odor. •« ■; sus reflection upon the r, standing or reputation of Arm or corporation which , „ Appear In ths columns of The ami m 1P* -Tl,n® will be gladly corrsct- Apni 10. plo^n lu b4,nK brought t0 the ftt. * y *,ow* of mo publishers. — and aj¿. «ÍK8: Old phone 51 New phone 104 . .Old phone 114 Y, DECEMBER SO, 1010. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. nee acquiring the Courier-Time* and learning that It Is en- eeable with our advertising and many subscribers with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 30 December 1910

"1W. 'Wf'M ■ 'W wbhuv awwnoN SPREJID BY CATS many felines examined and found to carry the in. fect1ve microbe Cleveland, O., Dec., 27.—That cata spread tuberculoma and are a menaio to the family was declared yesterday by Dr. W. L| Enaor of Lakewood, who within the last six months has dissect- ed more than a hundred of the in! mals. Among Dr. Ensor's patients was the head of a family who was af- flicted with tuberculosis. From the history of the case the doctor was convinced that the family cat had brought the disease to the house. As a result he made an investigation. He offered money for cats and a hundred or more were killed and examined. "I found in all of them germs or t> berculoslH," the doctor said. "Of course, not all the cats were In the lust stages of the disease, although at l*ast 30 per cent were In a serious condition. I venture to sav that enough of the germs were present to make any of' them a danger to a household. Cats prowl around in va- rious places and thus car...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 30 December 1910

aim WEEKLY VTORY UPON MONTH ¡: s ,'i / V-k.\ K ÍVT ".. 1 , b to on ud planted tu* drill April my For the last McCord cat upon • Court of Criminal Ap court It wu the day to Judge MoCord, who many friends since his by Governor Campbell, not overlooked nor the asso- E. C. Gaines, in ii bar, presented to its adopted highly 'a accomplish The retolutlons spread upon the Then John A. of Judge Mc its record as an the absence of Davidson, who is at his wife. Associate responded In be- Judge McCord his deep appreciation 'testes extended him and the Ion shown by the bar of the ond oil In F. Ramsey rei e court, vW, n today was something Ing up of a family, and member of the bar of as #el! as Judges McCord My and attaohes of the court, In tears. Ill not really leave Court of Appeals but will still be a As such lie will otlons. There will be and no mora -fc Governor the Court of the reslg- elevated iota. He has as a fair and written some will now retire of the law. of the pending Court of Crimina...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 30 December 1910

Ml wkkku ooul BOMB CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. The year 1910, now drawing to a clone ,has held for some of us disap- pointment, sorrow and misfortune; for others, good fortune, Joy and thrift. But, taken as a whole, the year has been for the people of Tyler, Smith county and all East Texas a year of opportunities, advancement and thrift. Those of up who have been fortunate should at this Christmas t,lme extend a word of sympathy and a hand of aid to our lens fortunate neighbor, and thus distribute the year's benign bless- | Ings to ail, In more or less measure. Those who will enjoy this Christmas ■ time most are those who have done | most for others. What a Joyous Christ- mas ought this to be for Andrew Car- negie and John D. Rockefeller? One gave ten millions of dollars to aid the human family In its glorious ascent toward universal peace; the other, a like sum to encourage higher educa- tion. Let no man, who has done less scoff at these. No man can Justify his own shortcomings by minimizi...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Courier-Times — 30 December 1910

V 333§S 3 !!'• . •" - v • * • . 'r- ■> •i.: > ** ". ■ '• - ,'ír/s'. r.ñ.A .AS/,.. . • **>. ' A\ * . " • : rt, • f ' ' SM--. ■ a ••■' , ' •:"• f >: & * ' v'-^m I' : . 4^; ■ B5* oVv^s í '' 'V.-.if'V' Y j<*'' «I fW M.^im§Auv m BROWN !V ' TYLER'S CHEAPEST CASH 91 ifV ■«: b • " . •**■' A XWtf ., t f\ „ ?;%Jt *• jN 1/, f 2 j'.'.ljf. • .<•, '4^y.L' oil's End Clearance Sale Pfft ffifMl r ?: /:rff'-VK V' OF- «M not « tate nor « bar. § ¡J ' WBÉ s Young Men's and Boys Clothing Ladles Misses and Children's Ready-to-Wéar Apparel all odd lots that have accumulated in other stocks. Rousing bargains every one of them. We are not going to make extravagant or exaggerated statement to obtain your patronage during this sale. There are many weeks of still ahead of us and any of the garments will give you service for an indefinite length of time and you have for wear after next summer. All this at a tremendous saving of your dollars if you take advantage of this . í • J¿y '"-a PfW E...

Publication Title: Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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