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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

• • • V. 13 M SlPw. XQV. 21, tM£ YAWNING ÜRÁVE . YIELDS MINES O 5 OF DIEP SEA TWENTY ENTO.MIIEI .MUX ARK UHoicirr to sihi.uk alivi: stea.mi r st. ci¡i\ mikns to AVTER SEVEN HAYS. i WATER'S EDGKNEAR IX1S I ANGELESCAL. HOPE LIVES FOR OTHERS Story of Stiflvi'iitf. nml Bravery oí Resourceful Leaders Mrst Thrill- ► liitf In Mining History. Cherry, 111., Nov. 22.——'The gamut fr iin deepest despair to highest hope w.i- Mm hi-re Su'uMay wltn twer.' miners enit'Un'boil In the st. Paul Tiiln'.1 seven days almost to the hour, were brought to the .surface ulne. The f>tory of their suffering and the heroism of their re-.-c>urs ful lead- ers Is one of tiie most thrilling in all the black hl.Hory of mining dis- tricts. Dawn broke with the bearers of stretchers mo\Ing from the pit's mouth to the tent whieh ¿-erved as a morgue with bodies swollen; anil scorched almost hoyond human sem- blance. Pirty of thorn hail been brought up an 1 most of them lden- 'tItl• il when the marveh us report shot ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

WEDNESDAY. NOV. 94, ltO . i i THIS FAMILY IN HARD LUCK ONE BROTHER WAS STRUCK BY TRAIN MONDAY, ANOTHER KILLED WEDNESDAY. LATTER'S HEAD SEVERED Louieinnlun Wlio Come to T< xarluuut lo Se - Injured Brother Moot* Horrible Dctilit. Texarkana. Tex, Nov. 19-—J. ¡I Morgan jf Bon Ami, l^a., was run over and Instantly killed by a string of box cars in the local yaids of the Texan & PacMic railway at 6:45 Wed- nesday night. HU head was fevor- <d from the bo<ly and crushed beyond recognition. Both amis were man- gled and his backbone was broke-n. Two care and a switch englned pa*¿- ed over Morgan's b >dy, which was found lying across the track after the «nglr.e was stopped. Identification was establisliod by means of a leiter from his sister at Eldorado. Ark. Two brothers from Eldorado arrived at 10 o'clock \W 1- needay right, and hir wife and ehII1 were notified. Morgan came here Monday to be -with his brother, F. U Morgan, wh > van run over and seriously Injure 1 by a trai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

© 0 Q° © O o O O © o o >AY, NOT. 24, 190 . SPMI-WBfiKIA COITRia£R-Tl iy are Wagons Painted? A cheap wagon is painted to hide defects in the wood and make look attractive to the purchaser. Even the paint is of poor quality and wears off quickly, leaving ie wood exposed to the weather. A Studebaker is painted to preserve the wood and protect it }om the elements. Even when the boxing is forced into the hub, it is covered with re lead in order to keep moisture out of the hub. You cannot see that, but it's there just the same. The paint used on a WAGON chosen for its wear and weather resisting qualities. It may not look much different from the "cheap" wagon when new, but— Ask us for the book, "The Farmer's Friend," which show Ijust how the Studebaker is made. Sold only by £ G. R. Phillips Tyler, Texas | Also Agent for James & Graham and Fort Smith Wagons also Studebaker buggies IC INSIST on setting the Success irom your dealer. If jrou cannot do so, write us tor catalog """ and sp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

o mi ni WEDNESDAY, NOV. 34, «• • « él I ■ I r i I i tg p ftí¡ M 14 CAPÍ. J. A. FAVRE PIONEER SOUTHERNER WAN VTIVK OF I'KAJtUNÍ.TON, M1.VS —Í1VK or BEST KNOWN' Ll .VIHKIt MKN. DIED IN NEW ORLEANS IVlhcr of ModnineH A. I'. Ilulriwln ami \V. r. U fU'.v i>i Tylf:—Was 7.* V« ai's Oíd. Fp' il l"; of the life and <!i;tl!i of Captain A. Fa-.ro .father «if .M««- diMTiCM A f*. Mule! '.vin and \V. (Wi- ley the \.-w Orleans Picayune, luis the f üllowii ff In any. "Cupt'Jin J. A. I'avro .cine "f the pioneer 1 u ;r 1 < :• :i:ul in ill oporal. irs <>f the South, died ¡it Toutu Infirmary ve*tc:day .'¡t< raoon at o'clock, following :i operation, and the (hath >f C'n.pt.iln Fa vie marks the ¡:a." Irifi of a man wlvi (lid much tor the- development of the ftatr'; great natuial ii sources and helped matttlal'y in the general progress of the eeuntry. name Favre has beer, k clofd,- Identified with the vast lum- ber interests of Louisiana that It is known f r and v ide, and It was Capt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

• c ° © O o c'D ea O O ittU L'bpary, Atiítfn. Tí*,. Semi- Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVKMJlEIt 27, 1001 . M'MHKK 95. a ,, • v/ J*- i,MISS JESSIE HOLMES AND MBS. I BOWMAN TIE IN THE VOTE Our Thvnksgiving sale of fine table linen, nap- kins, beautiful fancy doilies and centerpieces and sparkling cut glass is at the same time a splend- id exposition of the handsomest table necessities ever displayed in Tyler. Do not fail to see our show window. Space forbids us to go into fur- ther description of these articles, but it will by all means be a source of pleasure and benefit to you to come down this week and view our spe- cial offerings. the big st o re-the leading house Special Prices on Table Linen and s Napkins. Ready made mercerized linen Table cloths, beautiful pat- terns, 2 1-2 and 3 yards long, plain and hem- (hi QC Btitched. regular price 2.50, special -91 pO 22 inch Napkins to match, worth 1.95 doz, special 1.49 68 inch mercerized table linen, regu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

6 ñ «¡r mi. weekly courier-times SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 190 . f WV vi áv I ■ V,_ A -XJi". Sni-WoekOf Gourier-Times BY Ik Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY m. A. UXDáliY Editor ml a. McDOUGAL- Associate Editor W. KL UAFFERTÍ ...Business Mgr. speaking nu mbers of the local W C T. U. pres« nt« 1 .Mr. .1 h.n«on a bcau- ti«111 l>«>ii(]i i t of wl.lt - chrysanthe- mums. in token <>f their apprectatlii of ;n* M "UÜ effort for tin pur- principian of temperance. Journal-Reporter. Bflt'J :l st Tyler. T<■* «, tVntofflw « Second Mail Matter. mf J*ubiicutinn. 211-213 North Broa«lway. Tyler. Texas. ¡ir.n rat® 50 cent pn month ty earl ier, ISO IHI per year. appearing in th- ne column eon- _ . my iniliviituul. will lie cheerfully cor- I if fcroujrht to the attention ol' the Kdilor. 5< —BOTH PHONES-51 johnson' at helton. "are* IVih. ("one .Tieiiise.i spoke •<: tttrr * oiift li ntve last Friday MHgWt Jt WitH t g 'Oil H'I>¡'¡ .- <'11 l.i- aad'.i'n-....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

ni nT*f 1' 1 11 Ml 1HMMMM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IT, BIGGEST SPEC During December SALE! Big Store, E. Side '9 Tyler Costs nothing to come and see. Choose what you want You are dead sure to save a good part of your purchase money during December at our house A Sale, not of a few leaders only, like most other stores get up, in which there are half a dozen items, like calico, domestic, ginghams and undershirts offered a little below the regular prices, and the rest at higher prices, to make up for above, but a sale in which every article offered is a genuine big money-saver. r Calicoes, Domestics, Bed tick- ing, Cotton checks, Bleaching, Hickory, Sheetings, Canton i Flannels, Drills, Ontings, Flan- nels, Scrims, Silkalines, and curtain goods, Crashes and Towelings, in spite of heavy advances at Biggest special sale prices. Blankets and Comforts Table linen and Bedspreads, towels and napkins, lace centerpieces and battenburg scarves, lace bed sets, laces, embroideries and ribbons, at Bigges...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

U - r- I i u H 1 f ■ V 4 i 4HTVKDAY. xovniin® sr. * Seai-WeekiY CnrKr-1 lis]. B¥ , • rkt C«ritr-Ii o P«UWr«4 Ce. ( DAILY SEMJ-WEEKLV j fc A LÜ'Wtí B4it*r H. A- MeDOUOAL Aseseiatt Z4tv>*; v r" E. P.AFFERTT *«* K < - r-*í T. T.. - i TOdS? %ib':DI fkil-d in"" SJ-.-T Pt ,f n• z> : i \ j . * :->«á «® rtr^«v TJs .... f jt d«- rispa# i K i! I líí< Li >!? t *"i AI r C u S«rtiae «.-.á k* P*i< a vi jfojvUaj- • !««.'*• i* .Mr. it Mi . ,>-c..t J <!sr- W G oek* i/ K-i-ru ™" Tt-mr.X*—*■ am -i «7 « rr*r _*j«t rtw *•«« J** If I/? ÍUfeA 0* • i** A fHtartur WO""*- * tí *« «- i" S""rrt.fcr' . *. «•>"- * SUM*"-* «Í "* -**_ .51-BOTH PHONES-51 M . Stati# ft* •.: ' :va,7 ,?* j ^ fV^ fT in* ti** • «8 ** ^ : . w t elum *.-,• e tls* w Í H sr •* r «!«• w .v .a .#>« a®.; lien**. j.i, ati1 j : *> si fiJI : tfe- i.ra.—:t -■* tfc- -«-if Vft<" 1/1 I ■;.* 1 <■ Tí?*' tif " - M if '■"*••«..« - i (Ci.r •WW • ZémÍT l¿f g*-'-**t* V is 1 * .V ; j.tfcr. r *- r i.l« 0 * '">* 61 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

INE List of Premiums For Representatives thii |nda¿-, ter >aec>. ffwrai that |l>ni{r >P n. Thfl and Mil 9 ha* I ug. and |ti>ns the at Irved I now 5un- ft |sakl on th? to Iwos lied. L to land on it- pera ■law fop I the Davis & Son Piano, Sold and Guaran leed by (lie Leyhe Piano Co., Tyler, Texas. The above cut of Davis & Son Piano readily retails for $350 to $40'). The Leyhe Piano Company having sold the root many of the best homes In Smith county. The piano la a leader with this firm and is the .same kind of Instrument us was given away last year by the Semi-Weekly Cou- rier-Times In a Subscription Getting Contest. Miss Vonnle Kair of Arp. Texas, secured the piano in the con test. Si far as we know the piano has Kiv-n entire satisfaction in every way. This piano will be given away free to the representative of the district who .-ends in the largest number of yearly subscriptions to the Semi Weekly Courier-Times. SECOND PREMIUM. The second premium to be given a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

SATURDAY, NOVFMBER IT, IM*. K«.> ««' •lit- I I Ml- I I f A i I 1 M I II I SA'I 4tA;<:*'*HSMri4£h BEAW FOR WIHTHtWIA STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER'* Do You Want the st Clothes? If you do, here's the greatest stock of good clothes in Tyler, waiting for you Men's suits from $4.00 to $30.00 Bovs suits from $1.00 to $10.00 Overcoats $3.75 to $20.00 Just received a new line Ladles skirts, cloaks and j ckets, b< u«hi at a low price, drummers samples of ladles tailored suits In newest > tyle* at about half orlce. ladles and men's sweaters in all colors, blanKets, comforts, outings and dress goods at reduced prices. Ever>thing new and up tomate Another shipment 40 yard < rtood calico for $1.25 received We musi have your cash business and wilt make It to your every interest to trade at our store We have a new line premiums we give away free when you trade here. Remember to buy shoes of u& this winter for the whole family—our Shoes are better. BROWN & McFARLAND More Oun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

<3 © O tüA'i'l'lU>AY. XOVl.MI'.FJl 27, IDO'.). 5 O o © o ♦ . oO Sl'MI-^VKlKl.Y COUKIlSH'TOIKo Why Suffer ? -Are y°l| one of the thousands of women who suffer from tcmalo ailments1? If so, don't'bo discour- aged, go to your druggist and fj;et a bottle of Wine of Cardui. On the wrapper are l ull directions for use. Duiing the last half cchí ;k'"\ ('nrdui has been established in thousands of hoi;. ¿;s a safe remedy for pain which only women endure. It is reliable, contains no harmful ingredients and can be depend- ed 011 in almost any case. It WIS! pM-r-s ;iy 1: w «Ü, Mra. rilarles Brn¿r«, of Suvotser, } 1:(7.. ú writes: "Torino cannot toll how mtidi < [Before T began taking Cardui I (f,uhl not do a work. I would work awlnle anil lio <lo*.va. I ¡ .ali trivo tüíiíso to Your medicine." Try Cardui. •I Cardui. She uin done for mo. s AT ALL DSUC- f rr -r ^ Vrf u.^ J iri/ T *7* Hf*4 LACY WANTS TO BE OOVN Special tn Courj'er-Tlwira. Kort WVrth, Tex, Nov. 23.—Col. W. M. Lac/ of Abi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 November 1909

1 IV''" «• ípl fi j: < BBSa p|; fe o 4 I I 1 f I HENRY ACKER TO FARMERS IX AX INTERVIEW MAKK8 VAL- VARI K HfG(iKWnO\S J\\S TO TERRACING LAND*. .1LSQ INTENSIVA FAMING Will Torinc^ X* H. Iludiiall ^ 1'^'*MI Momlii). November 20, at 2 |>. m. Henry W A> fiir, one if the b«*t farmer of the wtalc ,wa« recently. !>ecaino of Ills attainments as a SUc- r< ful and scientific farmer, appoint ■d tin place In the government de- maniralion work in SmJth count;/. Mr. Acker was In the city yester- day, and In conversation with th> CJnurler-Tlmew reporte.! «lid: "Thia county ought to become th ■ ■,-ardcn í> kH of the w orld, if w • farm- era study farming liko all business vnd profesional men study thei.- 'lUtlllNM If we rend more papers uid work lew acres and work It het- er, employing the intensive methods .vith deep fall plowing on stiff land, \ot deep turning.—say turn your and from 4 to H inciten deep, then -un nub-aril In turning ploxv furrow ignt bhlnd t.ie turning plow f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

O 00 o O © ««tf Library. Austin, Tova ® © • O Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, WKDNES1) \V, DECEMBER 1, 1900 M NU3IBER ««. LINDALE, RED SPRINGS, SWAN DISTRICT LEAD, MISS DROWN JUMPS TO THIRD PLACE Mrs. Bowman Leads in the Individ- Vote—All Representatives Shell- ing the Country in this and Surrounding counties Representatives Must Turn in Money WITH NAMES OF SUBSCRIBERS AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK— PEOPLE KICK IF THEY DO NOT GET PAPER IV A SHORT TIME AFTl'R SUBSCRIBING. ? ¿Í ... 2 .•> a .•> S STANDING OF REPRESENTATIVES. MISS JESSIE HOLMES, Lindale, distric^ MRS. L.'j. BOWMAN, for Liberty Winona, Starrvllle, Pine Sprln MRS. BEiTTIK CROOK, represent ley, Chandler district MRS. LAURA B. WOOD, Noond Retreat district MISS LENA BROWN, Lindale, district J. E. COOK, representing tho Pleasant Retreat district VOTES • Swan and Red Springs • 11,400 • Hill school, representing the • gs, Liberty Hill district . . . 15,200 • ing the Mt. Sylvan, Garden Val- • 0,800 • ay, Flint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

2 • ■ •1...... December i, ma co frier ♦♦ * 1! Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BY The Courier-limes Publishing Co. DAILY tneorparMtei SEMI-WEEKLY B. A- LIXl'SEY Editor. h. a. McDOCOAL- AjWOdM Editor. F. 12. RAFFERTY ..Business ilgr. ■ Entered *l.T>U-r, Tex* i'< Cla Mi.il Mi.5 H 5 Srl'xjXWi 1 DtSce of publicaim. 211-SIS NorUi Br Tyler. Tmm- Sul«- riptn-n ríWs, IA cenut tx r itjoi.th fc-y or by mail tt.fi | * rear. A iwftect f« to tí • «i CJhy Mnlux ant Individ'; !, will .« erm-rfu ruftwl if brmrhi fco th< at t«*n SOME TIJIXGK ABOVT PEXA 5 IÍ.-V, ^arilv mi tad* the *i«ht to a ::.md t>i «#tit-:u' mínt of a sal, .«i. The right t > drink ta O •¡ult.'. :> ntty protected by my ar- rauMPcawwi that j#n ib th* re - sonabte use of liquor under r«.a- >«-in.to! .. inlit re-: and it must h«> remruK r< d that the right to drink. l¿k«* aay -thcr right, can bo forfeited. N 'thing in more er*<.i i ' tii «¡se right to lite, and yet one may forfeit his right to life ÍÍ he u>e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

I •* ;i If Br If I lie • V m BIGGEST SPECIAL SALE! During December 1909 AT P Qf* o tf P H Hi iff ¿P !So ití% t*P> ' i i t° étsjf Bsp'aJ^ÍI %;>/ ^ JL,. $ ® ^-W./ M \y >3^.| M. Jl J to come and see. Choose what you want You are dead sure to save a good part of your purchase money during December at our house ;i|f V". Y '*f ;i;' WfWi. 'V *>m§. % \VI IJMMI.VV, IíKCEMBEK 1, CAUGKT IN GIN SAW! voiWG ( iiu.i) LOOSES I:\DS op FINGERS Xi:Alt COPE- LAXD. MAN PULLS HER HEK OUT A Sale, not oí a few leaders only, like most other stores get up, in which there are half a dozen items, like calico, domestic, ginghams and undershirts offered a little below the regular prices, and the rest at higher prices, to make up for above, but a sale in which every article offered is a genuine big money-saver. A gigantic sale of $75,000 of Merchandise like this of ours with every article at money sav- ing prices, is possible only, when goods are bought like we buy them, thousands of dollars worth at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

\vEDXKsn\y, decemreiTí, iw ^0B® ®8> «6 I fp« J * :f .4 m C• I u I m¡y í-v-f: :t':vV. I á. mm, ' FARMERS HOLD INTERESTING MEETIN6 AT CLUB ROOMS Successful Farmers Tell How They Made Money Farming — Dis- cuss Terracing of Lands. MANY PRIZES AWARDED THIS AFTERNOON (Froir. Saturday's Daily.,) The meeting of farmer called by Mr. \V. C Stalling , for today, met at the Commercial Club rooms In this city this morning at 10:20. W. F. Procter was chosen chair- man, and stated the object of the meeting. W. D Swann, giving his experi- ence, at farming, pressed the ques- tljn of making farming profitable. Twenty-five or 30 years ago lands wore fresh and there were few insects to eat up crops, and anybody could make crops. Condltons have chang- ed and we must change with dt. To assist us in making these changes is the work of these men. The west of- fers advantages for the rich man, but East Texas afford* opportunity for the man of moderate means We can make this country rlgh and flrtlle again...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

<#§ © «) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER I, lMtf AN YEOPENER SALE Beginning Saturday florning Nov. 27 And Ending Friday, December 24th We shall put on a special sale every day in the week, the largest and most complete stock of new Fall and Winter goods evfer put on sale in Tyler. No old shoddy bankrupt stuff in our store, but fresh new goods in every department. Here's a few of the many bargains we offer. One lot Ladies Tailored Suits, new styles, drum- mers' samples in blue and green, 27.50, good value at S15 00 100 Ladies and Misses long coats in all colors, ex- tra special values at from $1.98 to $19.50 One big lot Silk and Satin Rubberized Ladies Rain Coats at reduced prices. 120 this season's Ladies' Skirts in blacks, blues, greys and browns from 1.95 up to 12.50, No oth- er house has them as cheap. Men's Suits, Overcoats and Pants are on the Bar- gain Counter, "Kaufman's Pre Shrunk" Suits can't be excelled for style and quality. We have too much clothing and have marked ev- erything d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

¡wmm "!i;: 11 ■ " -a KSIiKf i;*® ' !'' «■•<' •í'V,w.wCSy.i y-' ..<• •■ lí¡®| V .•l'.líi') líHWPirfi1W >• • t • . •.< ": : '\MBRWJ f> c WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I. 1000 .1 . {' H'i&'i'tMí W , ¡| II: f ; Si 1 MBS KM,'¡I tí' !■ !!: te;íÉS w\m * Mi w *n 1ÜB Mfl¡i9klÉAlÉaÉhi !«M '<il J1 . &* 11 i sav-; ;v o THE DAILY COFRIER-TIMES. STAR BRAND.5H0ESARE BETTER' Do You Want the Best Clothes? If you do, here's the greatest stock of good clothes in Tyler, waiting for you Men's suits from $4.00 to $30.00 Boys suits from $1.00 to $10.00 Overcoats $3.75 to $20.00 Just received a new line Ladies skirts, cloaks and jackets, bought at a low price, drummers samples of ladies tailored suits in newest styles at about half price, ladies and men's sweaters in all colors, bianisets, comforts, outings 8nd dress goods at reduced prices. Everything new and up to-date. Another shipment 40 yards good calico for $1.25 received We must have your cash business and wilt mike It to your every ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

o o > 0 \VEDXRSDAV, DFXEMHKU 1, ÍWJU g 1 -U- - ■'■■Ü-BP.J9 SEMI-tVEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. "O"" t" MtKnv-Loltin. i chrysanthemums, and festoons and Mr. McKa> and Miss Mary, drape-rings of ham boo Among1 tho fue Lot tin «tTsj unltcj in marriage , p¡ i uu were several handsome sil Ai at tilts 11 ->«• i< tice of thu bride's pa- rents, Dr. and Mr.*. O. Loftin, by i: j. B. Finn, at nine o'clock Tuesday v ■' l '• • •- from the brlile' relatives in Dilla>, ami a number of gift* from ^Ir, McKay's relatives in Kentucky— evening, twenty-third. This wedding; n .tal ly, t'r -m his mother, a hand- waa one of note, awing to the prom-I * >me pair of cut glas* decanters, inenee and pcpul.it lt,\ iif tlie contract J heirlooms, that have come through inar parties, and the isumptuoiomtss f,.UP generations. The dining room, of the occasion, with a large con- with its elaborate garniture of smllax an i i hrysanthomums was gracefully !'• '• Vd <•' • r by Miss Sophy Loftin, Miss j fury I'...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 December 1909

WKDXFSDAY, DECEMBER 1, IMt SDH-WKIKLY COWilBH-TIMI* Reducing Sale Begins Saturday, December Only 18 Selling Days until Christmas and we find that we are heavily overstocked on all winter goods, because the season has been backward. Therefore, determined as ever that nothing shall be carried over from one season to the other. Desirable and seasonable Merchandise must be closed out, and in order to accomplish that purpose we have made some Terrific Price Reductions on all surplus stocks Never before did we present in mid-season such splendid values on strictly up-to-date wearing apparel, nor show as large variety of styles as is to be found in our store now Terrific Price Reductions on our entire line of Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits during our Annual Stock Reducfng Sale TAILORED SI*ITS all this scsons st\ les to seect from $15.00 Mrt ft ft and $17.50 values, now ^ IU wil TAILORED SUITS in a large selection of styles and eoors and made of all woo! materials. S20.00 and $¿¿.50 AO vi...

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