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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

3 SATURDAY, DECEMBER |I, 1B00. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. ROAD WORK THAT COUNTS CITIZENS OP COMMISSIONER JOHXSOVS l'RECIXCT SUB- SCR IDE EOR ROAD. BASKET BALI SATURDAY A few days ago Commissioner Johnson put his road teams and crew to work on the Tyler and Sandfla: road. It was suggested that the eltl- zers of Tyler assist the work on this :\>ad. Chairman Bruek of the Com- mercial Club said ho thought it a good proposition if the people on that road were going to give aid on the work, and in undertaking to raise iurds ho would be governed In his effort? by the spirit of assistance to the work shewn by the people re- siding along the road. When this was reported to N. B. Hudnall, who lives >n the Tyler and Sand flat road, that gentleman Interview his neigh- bors and In a few days got up con- tributions as follows: Sandflnt. I. B. Christian $ 25.00 J. F. Wiley 12.50 T. J. Wiley 12.50 S. F. Baker 12.50 J. T. Beall 22.50 J. C. Wile/ 12.50 E. T. Brown 12.50 lAllar. Matthews 12.50 Hen...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

© •SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 190 , Biggest Special Sale During December 1909 AT LI P5TAT ES 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. 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 half price, the balance in big quantities direct from the factories, with the big discounts open to the large quantity buyer. Calicoes, Domestics, Bed tick- ing, Cotton checks, Bleaching, Hickory, Sheetings, Canton Flannels, Drills, Outings, Flan- nels...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

SATURDAY, DECEMBER II, 1000. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. wmm ' AS:. - • ' Vto, / I' Ww ■::.. 'X-Mh ■': « * ft^feí W'Miwi ntv STEAM ROLLER AT W ORK GRADING ROAD. 12 INCHES OF SNOW ,'tkk \ . Special to Courier-Times. Amaha, Dee. 7.—Twelve Inches :f snow fell over Nebraska during last night and the downfall Is continuing today with temperature sixteen de- grees below zero. Traffic is blocked and Incoming trains are delayed by first heavy snow. , 11#, i w ' i I • i, Three Above Zero, Special to Courier-Times. w Tulsa, Okla., Dec. 7.—Mercury stood three above zero here this morning, the cDldest this winter. Ro- orted on the range that cattle nrc suffering from wintry blasts. I Died at Mt. Sylvan, f News reached the city yesterday of the death iof Mrs. Bearden, aged about 50 years, Sunday afternoon at her home at Mt. Sylvan. She was a widow and had many friends who are grieved to Ieran of her death. DEAX. Thanksgiving day was observed at this place by the school, and an in- teresting program...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

A i I I m. THS DAILY COnUEB-TIMES. WE ARE PLEASED! With the first week of our big special sale and shall continue it as advertised until December 24th Never before have we sold so many goods, but our store is jet full of the greatest bargains in Ladies Tailored Suits, ladles and misses long coats, ladies Skirts—one special lot ladies heavy skirts at 99c each. The cheapest and prettiest dress goods and suitings shown In Tyler, Outings, Kimona cloth and Ginghams, big lot newest style ladles Hats at about half price. Lowest prices on ladies and children's union suits, vests and pants, everything in Caps for men, boys and girls, ladles and Men's sweaters, all colors, our suits, overcoats and extra pants for men and boys Is going fast during this sale, come in and get your suit early while you can get your size and save some money besides. Our clothing is the up-to-date kind, newest styles and tailor made. No other store has newer styles in Men's Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Ties and Hats...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

ira Mito T^ratv. %«*#«>• t*xa# Semi- Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1900 NUMBER 100. FIRE DESTROYS STOREHOUSE GROCERY STORE VALUED AT $500 CONSUMED BY FLAMES THIS MORNING. (From Monday's Daily.) At an early hour this morning fire destroyed the store and dwelling of J. B. Whuttlngton, 0n East Lino street. The flames caught from a defective flue. Nothing was saved, and on account of the alarm nat being turned in In time, the fire department did not reach the scer.e until the building was practically destroyed. Mr. "VVhittlngton says he carried about a five hundred dollar stock of groceries, which was partly Insured It was reported that his wife was burned in escaping from the burning building, but this is not a fact. VIOLATED THE SUNDAY LAW Special to Courier-Times. Fort Worth, Tex., Dec. 13-—Prose- cution proprietors of three local mov Ing pidture shows, who yesterday de- fied the state Sunday closing law and opened their places, Is being ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

Semi-Weekly Courier-limes 8 I BT The Courier-rimes Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY a A. LINDSEY Editor, H. A. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor. 7. E. RAFFFRTY ..Business Mgr. at Tyl«r. Tusa. PoatoOú* aa Second Clau Mail Matter. of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. T< ftalai 1111 r ii II i ratea. SO eenta per month by carrier, oe by mail 16.00 per year. A reflection appearing in theae column! nine any Individual, will be cheerfully if brought to the attention of the Et TWO INTERVIEWS: AND SOME REFORMS "MR." LINDSEY TALKS AN'OTH Kit REFORM TO THE REPORTER. As a new f**ature In Journalism, thf reporter interview two men to day without they inspecting hi.* pur- One- wa.s the ex-edltor and th other the present editar of this pa- per. We thought it might lie novel If not interesting for the public to know th© real opinions of the -ditor when "no one is looking." -Judgt, what do vou think is the reform most needed at this time?" wked the reporter of Mr. Lindsey, as he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

© WEDgESDAf, MV9MBOI 15, 1909 Mr. city, ed in íe, a is an Ha lends the for as >aver Irs. this J. I ' Ives lun, |llie in ling Ivas ity f-ho Ity. | p. las. fes jhe I11 |be a Long and short Kid Gloves, silk and lisle hosiery, lower¡|in price at UPSTATE'S Clothing Company Correct Clothes For Hen and Boys Just at this season of the year, there's many a person who is wondering "what to give a man for Christ- mas." Come to our store and let us help you. We carry a beautiful lines of men's wearing apparel Buy now and if you don't want to carry it home with you we will keep your package for you and deliver it to you the day before Christmas «•/.•¡"'."i \ % is I plii •V ) ¡|¡E i . Y pi, ' "¡aire1"' #§§ Ü W m Sim. wimi Copyright 1900 by uart Schaffner & Mam Some Suggestions for Christmas One of our Hart, Schaffner & Marx fine Overcoats. You might think well of a business suit for we have the right kind and we sell them right $18.00 to $30.00 Fine Neckwear, rich silks of the best qua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

> 15 « 1 m «a y. Hot Prices On cold weather Dry Goods, Clothing, Underwear, and Shoes Two weeks more of this great sale now going On at Brown & McFarland's Elegant Premiums FREE with Gash purchases. & FINE LETTER FROM LADIES HOME MISSION SOCIETY HAVE BAZAAR—IS WELL PATRONIZED. Special Jto Courier-Times. BuMard, Tex., Dec. 12.—Tha ba- zaar, unier auspices of the Ladles' Home Mission Society opened Friday night with a largo attendance. The lh oiise was artistically decorated, evergreen vinos being profusely < «trcwn over arches, windows, etc. The booths wer? • prettily decorated, and after the various articles for «ale were displayed from advantage- •jus points the whole scene was one of 'beauty and attractive, and already numerous articles are marked "sold/ There was also an Interesting pro- gram rendered. Catchy songs by some of Bullard's best musical tal ent, recitations, and a violin solo by the charming Miss Annie Hill of Ty- ler, was not the least appreciated, as t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1000 © SEMI-WEEKLY C9VRER.1 assaasasBBfl •fey fefl mm 9'0 \j _ cJ O ó rA 0 V*" HADN'T YOU Just as well get the Christmas present you want for the least money you can? A woolen Skirt or dress pattern Ladles coats Ladles Skirts Kid or Silk Gloves Silk Hosiery. Furs, Fur pieces and Fur sets Head scarves or Veils, Jeweled Back or side Combs, Belt Pins, Fancy Hat Pins, Quaze Fans. Ladies hand bags, Beaded or jet Collarettes, Afternoon gable covers, Elastic, Silk or fancy Belts, Shirt waist or Skirt, Embroid- ered Handkerchiefs, Silk Parasols. FORMEN Silk Mufflers, Suspenders, Jewelry Sets, Fancy Vests, Lisle Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Neckwear, Shirts, Silk or Lineu Handkerchiefs, Silk Umbrellas Get it at And see what you save DISCUSS GOOD ROADS PROBLEM FORMER CITIZEN OF SMITH COOT Y TELLS OF BENEFITS OF GOOD ROADS. Beaumont, Tex., Dec. D, 1909.— Judge S. A. Llndsey, Tyler, Texas.— Friend Sam—The movement towards roads and scihiool improvement anl •other progress in Smi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

o ffüDMBPAT, PECBMBCTt IB. IX THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. PS I .;v m if Just 12 ladies suits left, Skirts alone worth more, coats short, $5.00 a suit at UPSTATE'S ■ 12 More Shopping days Before Xmas! You will find Christmas shopping easy in our clothing and furnishing goods department; the fullest stock and the greatest assortment of high grade Xmas goods to be shown in Tyler, we believe price, quality and variety are the strongest arguments within the power of any store, and the convincing bargains should prove a powerful in- centive to early Xmas buying, all prices the very lowest for equal quality. 4 % Í COPVMIOMT it-t «iv.cn mum ^ cer*.i«st , Men's Clothing We are showing the most complete line of high grade Clothing shown in Tyler, not a color missing, all the very latest styles and colors, guar- anteed all wool worsted $15.00 to $30.00 Men's Overcoats and Cravinette rain coats, latest styles and colors $12.50 to $25.00 5 w 3 O CD W ta H CL £ 3 © £ g o ¥ E § , & DO ^ r-K P O n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

..*> 4 ® ® *#• WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1904 9 THE DAILY COrniPn.THfra Instructions in the Mos' Modern Methods at the Tyler Commercial College Tyler, Texas America's Largest Commercial College Battery of Burroughs in a Big Ofllco. THE ADDING MACHINE. When you mak * application for a position In the office of a large busi- ness concern, you will be confronted with the question, "Can you operate an Adding Machine?" If you can answer in the affirmative, your pros- pective employer Is bound to be Im- pressed with the fact that you have been thoroughly trained in an up-to- date school and are ready to step right into a position like an exper- ienced office man or woman Suppose you were a stenographer, you would scarcely expect to recure a position until you had learned to operate a typewriter. Just so with the adding machine. It has so many different uses that it takes time to learn hiow to operate it and make It assist you in youir work to the best advantage. Every student of our Book...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 December 1909

WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I . t*0*1 THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. pi- ■ I^v I IP f il i !■( $ 1 V PO66UM ~AND~TATFJU IN POETIC VIEW. '■ *f<- • * ** " A few night# f<j° the Central Texas 'Powmti and 'T. tisr Club gave Its fourth annua! supper at Waco. Many dlstinguUhod guest* were Invited among them being three candidate* /or governor, namely: Cono Johnson, O. Bt CoVauitt and P.. V. Davidson Owing to presa of business matter Mr. Davidson was unable to attend but Mr. Johnson and Mr. Colquitt were present The commute ti selct subject* for the speakers assigned Mr. John- on "Powum and Razar Backs," as his aubject. Mr. Colquitt discussed hookworm#, the need of «teamboats on the Brazos river and varied other subjects. The Tyler man stuck to his aubject, and as a reeult he produced the fal- lowing poetle gem: "Psssmn and Tater." fVfken Taft around the circle swung, ffhey fed him on new-fangled flnina'! flPhe moro he kicked they made him drink Of all the modern mixins. • His stomach hurt, he nev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

<:,y • * i*,ivv * Semi-Weekly VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1000. NUMBER 101. ^\W///KK AnUV TJHE BIG ST ORE-THE LEADING HOUSE f NE MORE WEEK CLOSE OF CONTEST | And awarding of Premiums to read- ers-Contest closes at noon 24th, awarding of Prem- iums afternoon Remember the place when you are buying Xinas presents for Men and Boys = i SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE IN THE OFFICE By noon to count, all subscriptions should be given representatives by Thursday when they cannot reach office by Friday noon We have made unusual preparations i to make Christmas shopping easy, g Our Clothing and Furnishing goods " department offers many useful and 8 appropriate gifts for your sweet- heart, brother, husband and father. | The following items suitable for gifts are shown in great variety: Men's lounging and bath robes 2.50 to 10.00 Men's smoking jackets 3 00 to 6.50 Men's sweaters and sweater coats 1.00 to 7.50 Men's Neckwear in holiday boxes 50c to 1.50 Men's silk and lisle hosier...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

•WEDNESDAY, DECESIBER 1 . 1009^ SEMI-WEEKLY CO CRIER-TIMES. \J m: Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The Gourler-Tlmes Publishing Co oaily lncorpor t d SEMI-WEEKLY A. LINDSEY Editor. SI. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. T. E. RAFFERTY . .Buainew Mgr. Gnterad at TyJ®r. Texas. Postofllce as Secunil Claaa Mail Matu r. of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texas. cription rates. SO cents per month by carrier, «r fay mail 16.00 per .year. n appeal— -- , . osrninKany individual, will be cheerfully cor «•¿ted if brouirht to the attuntion of the fcditor. "DO YOUDKINK TIIE EMPLOY- Elt NOW ASKS. It has been growing harder and ¡harder for men who drink to get or keep Jobs, say the Delineator for January. One after another tlie great railroads have posted notices warn- ing employes of Instant did misal if they are known to drink. Sueh a rule has more practical ef- fect than a thousand temperance lectures. Frlck'a great Iron and steel works at Homestead are under an ab solute t ta! abstinence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

100 YEARS OID. Gran4/ma SmJirscH, of DtWii^ J/a, Hat Livtd o ¿out* and Useful Lift. Grandma SanSonon is a wonderful woman. She is in as good health to- day as ever in her life, although aha is over ono hundred years old. In a letter to the Peruna Drug Mfg, Co., she gives the highest credit to Pe- runa for her excellent health and ex* treme old age. Bead what she says. Surely the evidence presented by such cases as these ought not only to dispel prejudice against Peruna, but inspir e confidence in it "I will send you a picture that was taken a few weeks before my hun- dredth birthday. ^ "I am a true friend of the Peruna Company. I have derived great ben- efit from Peruna many times. I can 6ay I regard Peruna a very great med- icine. I found out the merit of it a good many years ago. "A little more than two years ago Z contracted a very severe cold, which resulted in la grippe. Owing to tho severity of the disease, and my ex- treme age, my case was considered to be very critical. I em...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1(01. COI Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The Courier-ilmes Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY & A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL. . Associate Editor. F. E. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. Entered at Tyler. Tex«a. Postoflicc u Seeond CUaa Miul Matter. of publu tion. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Tessa. Subscription rate*. <0 cents per month hy cante* or by mail 16.00 per year. A reflection appearing in these columns eon earmiriir any individual, will be cheerfully cor- rscfted it brought to the attention of the Editor. Stl.MK GOOD ROADS ARGUMENT. Up at Denton, largely through tho efforts of the DenUcn H?rld, on© of the very best papers In T-xa.s, a bond l««ue for good roads will soon bo voted on. Th" Hc-rald, in a recent Issue, had the following paragraphs urjjing the people to vote for the bond Issue, and showing the benefits to them if the bond Issue carries. We give th'ne paragraphs because they are erlw,o and to the point— every o'ie hit* the nai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

SATURDAY, DECRUPER 18, 1009. O"3 cv, °Q° °Z 0%°o J O "'I 0, ■A A H Oí" o • c°# o j On cold weather Dry Goods, Clothing, Underwear, and Shoes Two weeks more now going On c McFarland's Elegant Premiums FREE with Gash purchases. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Smith County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded that you summon, by making' publication of this citation in some newspaper published in the county of Smith, for eight weeks previous to the return day hereof, the unknown heirs of F. M. Hays, deceased, which said heirs are unknown and their resi- dence is unknown, to be and appoar before the honorable district court nt the next regular 'term thereof, to be holden in the county of Smith af the court house thereof, in the city of Tyler, Texas, on the flrat Mon- day in February, A. D., 1910, (th« samo being the 7th day of February, A. D., 1910,) then and there to an- swer a petition filed in said court on the 8th day ?f December. A. D., 1909, in a suit numbered ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. ii Woman's Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age. But women, who regularly endure pain, age rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on I them. Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be negieeteti1 | Avoid the pain—treat yourself at home by taking Cardui, as thousands of other women have done. Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. It Will Help Yon JK Mrs. Katie Burlison, Gorcvillc, 111., tried Cardui and writes: "I eufFered with female troubles, and was so sick I could not stand on my feet. Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to mend. Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health then I was before." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES BLOOD AND HAIR NEXT SATURDAY FIERCE P.VTTLE EXPECTED AT MAXWELL PARK NEXT SATURDAY. Provided It doesn't rain Saturday Ty- ler foot ball team will play the For- ney team at Maxwell Park These same teams w.-ro to have played last S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

o B "'So 0,1.' WI.D.VCSPA*; 1WBCEM1IER «KM> ■emi-weekly courier vx1mb8. =J*0 ^s°% o oo O Vf.'oooG o c 0 O o <4* r. Farmers, Beef Peddlers and ountry Butchers We are glad to notify you that hides are'higher again and this is the 4ime of year its pays ev- eryone to kill his surplus yearlings and cows as the weather Is cool and favorable for'disposing of the meat, and the hide alone Is a good profit. We are paying now and until further notice, 10 cents per pound for green hides which means from $3 to $5 for an ordinary hide. Tyler House Fur. Co. South College Street. Golenternek 6 Davidson ■C No. 12 J%. Planter The most successful Planter snd Middle Breaker com- bined that lias ever been manufactured. It lias ample strength for four horses, and it' dam- !">«> •«£ sited in ordinary plowing in Cotton ; Stalks wo will furnisih repairs free cf cost. The No. 12 is equipped with the Famous P. & 0, Planting Device For Cotton, Corn, Beans, etc., which has iioTer been equalled. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 December 1909

Us p [• i i 1 1 i <1 M y ¡ i1'? w í* te Uimt.IT, MJCFMRFR 18, í#0#- THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. M. UMM HUS A6BIICAIWHTK KMTAft OI IMMM1 ^ AOVO IMWRVIK*' ON MfAKVI. «rWWMÍ, WPUKNTS DAVIDSON Ñav> Wr H*« M .*o Good Atlornoy No Prt'í. <ww «I Mm. Dr. O^.vr** C. Rankin of Dallua mu al Aí5>*jn D)<i other day und nad sonv political ol*erva- tiot t.> make. Dr. Rankin said: ••The race f >r governor Is becom- ing Interesting and the prohibition element throughout the state If •watching It with a great deal of con- cern. So far &ii I know, we have not agreed formally sn any ore of Hu- men now In the field. I am sure wc will not launch any candidate to be known as a prohllbtlon candidate for governor. We may, by common con- sent, drift as far as possible towarl some man, as the campaign progres- ses, who is most favorable to our cause; but If so he will be some one already In the race as a democrat, a man who Is rot only favorable to pro folbllton, but wfoose platform will ...

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