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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

o CO • ® o o o ;CD O O O O o O ■CPO-- o O=o oO O O o o o o O State TJbf«ry. Austin, Te*** O o o o I I 5 Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. T i j * TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOIIEH ¡10, 1009. number 87. 1 ffl PARK ADDITION HASKELL TEXAS m. u. hemphill has underta- ken dig in western city. BROTHER OF TYLER CITIZEN Fine Opportunity to Invest in Real Estate in Haskell, Texas. r Mr. W. R. Hemphill, brother of our esteemed followtownsman, ^r. S. W. Hemphill, Cotton Eelt engi- neer, is in the city In the interest of the Hemphill Park and Suburban Addition, to Haskell, Texas, one of the many prosoperous cities of Wes- tern Texas. Speaking of this addition to Has- kell, the Haskell Herald say*: "Perhaps the most stupendous task ever undertaken by a single individ- ual to make a large lake, a beautiful park with modern conveniences, a street car line with equipage, arid to open a new #itt>urban village is the work now being pushed by M. R- Hemphill. "He has seelcted a place for his 60...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

- • 1 o O ■ Éfe?11 flí. '' f!¡Épf i i i ■■¡i 1 ■$ l|f|; mi tefe- ' -i : ' , h Mí.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER SO, 190 . SKMI-WKEKLY oopunaj.' o oo Semi - Weekly Courier- Times BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY S. A. LINDSEY, . . . H. A. McDOUGAL, F. E. RAFFERTY, EditDi . A >"< iato Editor I'u.-uii-ss Manager Bubscrlptlcn rates, 60 cents per month by •¡arrier, or by mall $6.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Texas, Postofflee as Second Class Mall Matter. Offlce of publication, 211-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex. A reflection appearing in these columns concerning any Individual, will be cheefully corrected If brought to the attention of the Editor. 51—BOTH PHONES-51 WIS GOT A CALL DOWN—OUR ICX PLA X ATI O Y The other day we printed an editorial on the big bonnets being worn by the ladies, and pronounced them a nuisance, suggesting that If women were determined tp wear them that we have a twice-a-year hai parade, like our flower parade, around the public square, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

Wmmmmm sc0 o o 8 tL O 0 ^ }•! & O O O O o o O ° SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, ItM. MILLER AFTER THE lit FIGHT OKLAHOMA RANCHMAN OFFERS SIXTY THOUSAND DOLIiARS FOR JEFFRIES-JOHNSON. TAKE PUCE ON Has Presented Matter to Governor Haskell Fur His Apr^val—An- other Big Offer. New York, Oct. 25.—Blda for the proposed heavyweight championship battle between Jeffries and Johnson are beginning to loom up. An offer oí $60,000 cash purse was made to- day by a representative of Jos Mil- ler, head of the 101 Ranch at Bliss. Oklahoma. Miller had already placed the mat- ter before Governor Haskell of Ok- lahoma, with a view to obtaining his consent. An offer of $75,000 wall received last night from Sid Hester, manager of the mission Athletic Club, of San Frisco. SWAN. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan rtatliff of Ty- ler spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Martin Tyler came out Sunday to visit his brothers. Miss May Swarm spent Saturday and Sunday with her home folks. Mr. and Mrs. O. Tinea and child...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

- I 1 / 4t" I ■9b ■ 1 O SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30. ISO*. BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Entered at Tyler, Toxaa, Poatoffle* as Second CI a * Mail Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex A reflection appearing in these column concerning any Individual, will b* choefuily corrected if brought to the attenllcn of the LJlior. 51-BOTH PHONES—51 Ditr.Mvs c.wT iiohi oiiki:. A law recently pis.' 1 in li w;i and now in effect j rcvlde.s that if any ollicu holder In that state g v.s drunk hi' may lr fired out from >fllee. That'a a go< d law. A mail of .snllieiriit ability and character to en- title him to hold office should he above reproach and should !>e a model for the young people of the state. There is nothing in the world more disgusting than to see a man holding official position degrade that position liy becoming di ui.k. One i f the llr.-t .illco holders to feel the effects >f the new law was Mayor Henderson, of Marengo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

V' : í ,V i"W"flgp<< " PHHHHHI í ■ © $ o 0 o íQ <Q i <Q i? (n O ■ I SEMI-WEEKLY COUR1BR-TIMS . * ATURDA Y. OCTOUKK -0, ^Wvf1 * ' •>>1— %-• m *• <&£•■■'-y ^-k'm - —"M «b. ® SI! ''Ktufman's Pre-Shrunk" Clothing is Best Never Before! Has our Gash Business been so large. Our October cash sales were the largest since we have been in busi- ness. The reason is we give Better Goods For Less Money During November we are going to keep up these big sales. We have too many goods, our store is crowd- ed and you can get bargains at the Browfti 6t McFarland store The most beautiful and newest things in Dress goods, ladies' tailored suits, skirts and cloaks, ladies' and children's hats for less than other stores, ladies' underwear and corsets, outings, flannels, ginghams, Domestics, etc. Our Men's and Boy's suits are the best made and up-to-date. The most stylish suits come from our store, look at them. Men's and Boy's sweaters, new styles, "Beaver" Hats, and more Caps for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

mm. i rv n m Mgffi • • 0 •Ü v v£¿©' <í> \Q> <Q9"< @ ®> u T. 1 ?i • © O o SATURDAY, /OCTOBER SO, 1MI. SMITH CO. BOY'S ADDRESS AT FAIR ALO.\ZO CAKTKR OF FUNT SPEARS AT DAIiLAS FAIR OW TORN GROWERS' WAV. RECEIVED FAVIRABLE NOTICE Tlie Dallas Xcws ralil the Speaker Mcc Compliment by Print- ing Address. An jidOi''ss delivered by Alphonzo Carter, (ase 1C years) of Flint, Tex, as, at the orerani/i'tlon of the Iioy ' Pro(rrífSíi\" l'iii'ni Club, at DaiWus, Texas. October 2'.', 1909: "Tí xas easily rank** first of .ill the atat.s in the pr >duction Df cotton. South Carolina, or Mississippi, or Georgia, may fail to make a cotton crop; and prices not tie much affect- ed; b;it if Texas should fail—which «he never does, the price would go to 15 nr 20 cents a pound. Rut, what ot the corn crop of our trreat state? "Must we always pay that Texas Is down the li.ít? Ni; Texas is now only fifth in the production of corn, when by right of soil, rain, and sunshine should be first. "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

CO O oatZc O o O o o o oo o O 0 00 r-P 'O SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 190 . SEMI-WEEKLY COCTUEK-TIBBRS. How to Avoid Them and the Se- rious Consequences of Neg- lect. • . I'ix me iiJ something to knock the malaria, doctor," remarked a sallow- faced, sickly looking man, entering a prominent physician's office the other day. The doctor stepped to his medicina case, took down a couple of botUes, mixed a preparation which he handed to the patient with the customary advice to 'shake well and follow directions,' and resumed his seal. "Such cases are frequent," replied the doctor in answer to a question. "The warm days and damp, chilly nights are certain malaria breeders and are most serious in those who have neglected to keep their stomach, liver and bowels in good condition. Such persons are full of the impurities on which the malarial germ thrives, and it is from this class that typhoid fever, pneumonia, Bright's Disease, smallpox and yellow fever claim most of their victims whenever those di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 October 1909

MtA o o o o o p! V I ■f r 1 f:t; yo O 0 0 O o O O «5 y/' o o O o o • . - I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, IMt. O PREMIUMS TO BE GIVEN t .', •} i BELIEVED TO BE SUICIDE. , Bostijiit H oniiM^Fonlia \Vtth Tlvofct '• Cut in Florida Hotel. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times To Give Away Some More Useful and Valuable Presents r'*T CONTEST OPENS NOVEMBER 1ST. i ' ' i'-r\ ... h mm J' i ■ .*- > simj ' Closes at High Noon Friday December 24—A Fine Piano and Other Valuable Articles i t. 6ET IN CONTEST NOW Write, IMione Or Go to tli« Oenrier- Times Office ami Get Started Early—Good Pay For Short Time. The Semi-Weekly Courlej-Tim«s Is going to five its readers and some hustling representatives another lot of fine premiums at high noon, De- cember 24, lfttt. '' d The fact of the popular subscrip- tion ge tting contwrt pulled off laat year being such a satisfactory one and the further fact that we have heen >oliclUd hy a number af people who were jn the contest laat fall la off thet-tnhryca shr taoin hrdl dlu...

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

0=5=353^ \ am m 11 % PJfP ■ \ 1 o €DO © C9 i"5v.m,i C3C505DO o O O o O C33) o O o G> o co o Semi-Weekly *♦*♦ Tilhrurr *« •«., T v«. O oo O VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, WKDNKSD\Y, XOV. 3, 1909. NUMBER 8 . prominent san antonio ciluens indicted on seriousfharge San Antonio, Tex., Xov. 1.—Amoní a hundred and eighteen indictments returned by the gUinil jury, it became known today that ten indictments were made agnin.st each Ira C. Kluii- nardt, president Germanla Bank and Tru.st Co., and president Prudential Investment Company, W. B. Wintz, >i'c,rotary, and M. E. Swart/, agent Prudential Company, charging em- 1 -¿Element under fifty dollars. in- dictments further charge non-compli- anco with the state law requiring de- posit funds with state treasurer. De- fendants furnished bond. near beer men are convicted THITtTV LOCAL DEALERS AD- Jl'DCJEP GUILTY IX SIIRKVE- POltT THIS MORXÍXG. TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR FINE § • Or Ttnpisoumcnt for Fifty Months-— Tlic Laws slirdlu shrill slirdlni Testi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 November 1909

ssSF'^i CD I 1 Ü n i i :"rl SKMI.WHÍJÍLV TYLER MINISTER TELLS OF CONVENTION Semi - Weekly (jourier- Times The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY S. A. LINDSEY Edltai H. A. McDOUOAL, Associate Editor F. E. RAFFERTV, Business Manager Subscription rate#, 60 cents per month by tarrler, or by mall $6.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Texas. PoatofBce as Second Class Mall Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex. A reflection appearing In theae columna concerning any Individual, will be cheefully corrected If brought to tbe attentlcn of the Editor. 51-BOTH PHONES—51 NOT Wll VI WE W ANT; HIT WHAT WE CAX GET. Tiio CVuirier-T!mts; at Tyler I.s oponed lo good roads building by sub-div¡."¡"n* "f a county, saying that. It j)reí rs no I >af at all to a half loaf. The Courier-Times will in time discover that it Is wronn In tlijs mat er. It i. tin.- tliat tho best thing to do is to vote bonds «in the entire county and build all the roads at once. But....

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

- ■ - —r ., .. - ' i ■ > 9 i TO BORROW SCHOOL FONOS penitentiary committee fa- vors building new prisons with school money. WILL BORROW $1,000,000 Paying rive Por Cent Interest ami Paying on Twenty Thousand I'nch Vear. San Antonio,. Tex., Oct. 28. A special to the Express from Hunta- ville eays: The penitentiary investigating committee yesterday considered many pchenifs f->r reforms, among them the abolition cf whiping jf convicts and the enployment of more intelli- gent guarde at a larger salary. The committee discussed a propo- sition that the penitentiary board should be authorized by law to bor- Tjw from the school fund $1.000,000 for fifty years, at 5 per cent, to be paid oft $20,000 a year, the fund to be used in equipping farms and im- proving tho penitentiaries, perma- nent fireproof buildings to be erect- ed and the penitentiary to be made large enough to accommodate 1000 convicts each. This proposition carried with the abolition of the contract and share farm systems...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 November 1909

w m o o oO O WF.nxKsi \v„ xov. a. laot WEEKMT eonuxa^-TiMS . o GOLDSTEIN & BROWN TYLER'S CHEAPEST GASH STORE / Some Extra Special Offerings for Our ¡b^*W8 0 fiZkt!, j ff I l- r Batty 9 We are going: to make the month of November the greatest selling month in the history of our entire business career, and in order to accomplish this result we are offering some of the choicest merchandise from our large stock in every department. All new seasonable and desira- ble merchendise thht are de- pendable and trustworthy for service, Here are some values that speak for themselves. 2500 yards of Outings in light and dark colors, special for our November Sale 4C 2000 yards of soft finish Bleaching, 36 inches wide, Special for our No- Aln vember sale Q2U 2000 yards of Dress Ginghams, regular price 10c, special for our Novem- 7I- ber sale f 2U 2000 yards good quality Flannelett Dress goods, regular poice 10c, special yln for November sale f 2{j 3000 yards of heavy quality Outings in light and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 November 1909

o o coQ O O « O *.0 oo ( ° O ooo oo rr «EMIWEEKtT COIRIER-T1MK8. WKD.V I-SII.VV. XoV. a. luou. 60S WHITE MUST ' SMITH PREDICTS FLY FOR HIS LIFE FAMINE PRICES OPEN HINTING SKA SON UK.INS IN TEXAS TOO A Y—-H INTERS ARE BUSY. POINTERS IN 6AME LAW Now Rui"- \\ >l| Govern (¿mining in Ti'.vii* Tlii> Year. and Hunters Should Ho Careful. HOE> N«>1 HKUEYi; THAT CHOI WILL T( r\I MORI, THAN 10,520,000 BALKS. COOK AND 6ARRILL ¡WELL KNOWN TYLER MEET FACE TO FACK LADY PASSED AWAY RETRACTOR <>K EXPLORER, IS I'l'SHEU ON I'L%TFORM AND SHA.MEMACEULY UIM11LES ADVANCE IS UNCHECKED Fit tern-Cent L* trl for Collón i- Heat lied ¡11 \euil> \I1 of Hit' Hark* t*. Xo ÜC*-31 count;. ,- r the li i counti quired f allow: :i, in the \ n hom. jchin3- other The < pen season on all kinds of grame and birds begins in Texas to- day, and hunting partes have al- ready l/' vn i irmt'd, and of thorn will k-ive at once for points wher. tin \ wish t > hunt, having provide ! themselves with the nec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 November 1909

CO I fl I, J- M 'Á HENRY HAS NEW PLAN U'OI I,I) LW ,\X KXf'ISK 1AX THAT WOflJ) DESTROY THKM. HOLDS IT TO OE LAWFUL Figures Tliat In This WlK' ilie Gov- crniiicnt Could Colle t Two Hun- dred Millions of Revenue. Waco, Oct. 29.—Congressman 1.. L. Henry is now touring his district making speeches. He spoke at Eddy 3n 'the main he discussed current questions in absnt the same mannsr heretofore reported, but he made an altogether new suggestion, which has not before been presented by anv public man. He remarked: "The question Is ta fluently asked, 'if you put trust-con- trolled articles on the free list what will become of the revenue being raised for such articles?*" His answer was to this effect: "When wo put the products of the •trust on the free list then we will Jay a .special excise tax on the backs of the constituent corporations^ Joint stock companies, associations an! members ct the offending trust. The American people hav® determined to outlaw the itrusts and banish thorn from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 November 1909

© COCRTER-TIMBS. Uorea-^rker. The nuptials of Mr. Onward Boren anci Miss Betty Parker were solem niaed at Christ Church by the rector. Rev. J. B. Finn, at eight o'clock the evening of Wednesday the twenty- seventh oí October, in the presence of a large asomblage. In honor of the event the church was artistically decorated with, vines, ferns, palms and flowers. The white vested altar was veiled with graceful tracings of Southern smilax. an.l the chancel ra 1 festooned with the verdant vines. Over the chancel a love knot of white roses floated bouyantly, and smiled down upon the bridal pair. A. pre-nuptlal program divinely sweet was given. ¡Miss Ruby Cherry at the organ and Mr«, J. 3. Powell on the violin ac- companied Miss Nell Scudday as she sweotiy and tenderly sang, "Thine,' and Mrs. Hampson Gary as with glorious voice she gave "A Love Song." The vestured choir entering at the church door .sang beautifully in processional, "Tho Voice that Breathed O'er Eden." After the choir was g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 November 1909

9 # # * ■ ,. IT, HOT. * IMS. i! U"' I' i ! 'i ¡ wwh. K m , w $SM ¡'*•>1 r,! ... ■ ^0 n c 74fc\ I My Never Before! Has our Gash Business been so large. Our October cash sales were the largest since we have been in busi- ness. The reason is we give Better Goods , For Less Money * "Kaufman's Pre-Shrunk" Clothing is Best During November we are going to keep up these big sales. We have too many goods, our store is crowd- ed and you can get bargains at the Brown & McFarland store. The most beautiful and newest things in Dress goods, ladies' tailored suits, skirts and cloaks, ladies' and children's hats for less than other stores, ladies' underwear and corsets, outings, flannels, ginghams, Domestics, etc. Our Men's and Boy's suits are the best made and Up-to-date. The most stylish suits come from our store, look at them. Men's and Boy's sweaters, new styles, "Beaver" Hats, and more Caps for Men, Boys and Children than you ever saw befwe. Let us clothe your boys. Shoes for the whole ...

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

a y / l- i i m .r I pMMHj O • 0 0 o «UH IJbrtrr. A'««tin. T#*M Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, SATIRO\Y, XOVf.JlllKR tí, | 09. THE SUBSCRIPTION GETTING CONTEST OPENS UP Fourth Premium Good List of Representatives—Many of Them Work—The List of Premiums For Both Readers and Representatives WANT ALL DISTRICTS TO BE REPRESENTED at SFXI), PHONE OR OO TO THE OF- FICE AM) GET IN YOUR AP- PLICATION—GOOD PAY FOR YOUR TIME. MRS. BEl'TLK CROOK, New Har- mony, enters for Mt. Sylvan, Gar- den Valley, Chandler district. MISS LENA BROWN enters for IJndnle, Red Springs and Swan district. MITCHELL CRAWLEY, Whitehonse, enters for Copien, Grange Hall, Basconi, Wldteliouse district. J. E. COOK, Pleasant -Retreat, R. 2, Tyler, enters for the Noonday, Flint, Hullard, Pleasant Retreat district. MRS. L. .1. BOWMAN enters for the Liberty Hill school and will repre- sent the Winona, Slarrvillo. Pine Springs, Liberty Hill district. MISS KATIE JOHNSON. Noonday, R. 8, Tyler, enters for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

<a 0~ e< C?-)0 OCO & GEES-3 G O O «V OQ C'-^3 0 SATIRO\Y. NOVI'.MBKR 0, 1«0« fe GOLDSTEIN & TYLER'S CHEAPEST GASH STORE uní We are going to make the month of November the greatest selling month in the history of our entire business career, and in order to accomplish this result we are offering some of the choicest merchandise selected from our large stock in every department. All new seasonable and desira- ble merchandise hat are de- pendable and trustworthy for service, Here are some values that speak for themselves. 2500 yards of Outings in light and dark colors, special for our November J|ft Sale Hb 2000 yards of soft finish Bleaching, 36 inches wide, Special for our No- filp vember sale U2u 2000 yards of Dress Ginghams, regular price 10c, special for our Novem- ■Ti- ber sale I 2b 2000 yards good quality Flannelett Dress goods, regular price 10c, special yl- for November sale -f- 12b 3000 yards of heavy quality Outings in light and dark colors, special for Qp Novemb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

o o Co O G <so o o «-5 O asan - weekly couribr-times SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 100 . Á ,r Woman's Friend i cill women suffer at times from female ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others. But whether you have 1 little pain or whether you suffer intensely, vou should take Wine of Oardui and set relief. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in- Igreaients. Tt acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system. The Woman's Tonic J 38 a , ^orna Wallaco, of Sanger, Tex., tried Oardui. Slip writes: '•Canbi has done more l'or mo than 1 can derribe. Last spring I vas taken with female inflammation and consulted a doetor, buMo no avail, so T took Oardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do [my housework. Sim,'' ti. >n my trouble has never returned." Try it. AT All, DRUG STORES PLEASANT RETREAT. We've just hail another nice rain which will heli potatoes, turnips, etc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

X o o SATIUDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 100 . O O O SIUIIWBEKIY COüRnBR- O °c C2DCD O o o co o O I I c.: • n 2«'ÍV r~ \'%j íwftf I " í i m,iA^"-' ~ÉH ¡p." " ?< "Kaufman's Pre-Shrunk" Clothing is Best Never Before! Has our Cash Business been so large. Our October, cash sales were the largest since we have been in busi- ness. The reason is we give Better Goods For Less Money During November we are going to keep up these big sales. We have too many goods, our store is crowd- ed and you can get bargains at the Brown 6c McFarland store. The most beautiful and newest things in Dress goods, ladies' tailored suits, skirts and cloaks, ladies' and children's hats for less than other stores, ladies' underwear and corsets, outings, flannels, ginghams, Domestics, etc. Our Men's and Boy's suits are the best made and up-to-date. The most stylish suits come from our store, look at them. Men's'and Boy's sweaters, new styles, "Beaver" Hats, and more Ca^s for Men, Boys and Children than you ever saw before. Le...

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