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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 June 1910

gtatc Library. Austin. Texi . it I i w: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, WEDNESDAY. JUNE Ü9. 1910. NUMBER 52. Gus F. Taylor. President. R. Bergfeld, Active Vlce-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vlce-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. <*eo. S. McGhee, Cashier O. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Connally, Vlce-Pres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY * Directors Geo. C. Wimberly: R B«jrgfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Mareh. T. B. Rajney. J. Upstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhte. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers j HALE COUNTY ' JOHNSON CLUB ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD IN WESTERN CITY BY FRIENDS OF TYLER MAN. H THAT LETTER GIVEN IN FULL cost u million times more than it hiis • ver contributed to the support of government oi society. We spend millions every year in a vain attempt to 'indo its bad work. Jails, reforma- tories and asylums, (Hospitals and sar.itaiiunis, are all lar^dly to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 June 1910

1 THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. y I TYLER'S CHEAPEST CASH A Page of Seasonable Bargain News That will Interest Economical Buyers Read carefully what is printed here. Do not overlook the many good things we are selling at prices much below their value. 6 l-2c Lawns 3 l-2c Tard Figured Lawns in light and dark ol colors, a 6 l-2c value at 02 7 l-2c Lawns 5c Yard Figured Lawns that ara worth 10c a yard at Ob 7 l-2c a Yard 50 pieces figured Aawns worth aJlt% 10c a yard. SpetfKl f2Ü 12 l-2c Lawns and Batistes at 10c per Yard Figured Lawns and Batistes, inA 12 l-2c values, at IUC Great values in Lingerie dresses $5.00 valves at $3.00 $6.50 valves at $4.75 f 7.50 values at $5.50 8.50 values at $6.00 10.00 valu . s at $7.00 18c Lawns and Batistes 12 -12c 25 pieces Figured Lawns and lAl^ Batistes, worth 18c yard, at— | ¿21 19c Yard Poplins in all the newest ¿hades, |Qn worth 25c 3'ard, at I ut 25c Yard Plain silk finished Poplins, satin stripe and corded Poplins, worth 35c AC a a yard, at 4v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 June 1910

DNB8DAY, JUNE 29, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COUR1ER TIMBS. BUGGIES We have rented handsome rooms up stairs and opened up a big lot of Buggies of every descrip- tion. In selecting a line we have endeavored to get the best. We show two well known lines including the celebrated Stude- baker and invite an inspection of our stock. Geo. R. Philips TELLS OF SOME OF THE OF EAST TEXAS One of the W. O. W. Teams that will Compete for the Big Prize July 28th fleers and Uniform Rank, Orchard Camp No. 72. Woodmen of the World, Tyler, Texas. Tap ro v, left to light: Will A. Harris, Special Deputy; W. L. Suimney, Consul Commander; G. H. Henderson, Adviser Lt.; H. S. Taylor, Director; G W. (Men,Watchman; Jas. I,. King, Sentry; M. T. Sheets, Banker; C. F. Mansfield, (20 years, a Woodman), Cic-rk. Second row, left to right: Chas. H. Eeitzel, Captain; J. H. Phillips, Sargent; J.G. Latta, 2nd Lt.; A.H. Collins, G. M. Mullinex, J. E. MoMahon, I. N. Luther, J. T. Holllng&worlh, J. II. Meadors. Bottom row,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 June 1910

mñ íf*'4..v i? ♦ í'.íi'.i, íft*: SH® ¡H * ¡3;> ffíu SfM* $$%í< v •■ v- ¿f, • sf i Své-j Vi-üí' I THE SEIII-WKSKLY COURIER-TIMES. WIMllWAV, JUKI 29, mo. Senri-Veekly Courier-Times BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY InootporaM SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year preservance at the peace ar^d make Roosevelt the president 'jg it, a hundred yeare from nov<t t^e who are then living twill Ix^ paraph razing the words of Mad^me Roland. Oh, Peace, how man*^. ^j,e crimes commit- ted in thy nr^ft We are p€acei ])Ut not the peace ft. A- LIND6EY H. A. McDOUCJAL. .Asocíate V. B. RATFF.RTY ..Busing Mp. filtered at Tyler. Texas. „ Second Class Mail, (jatter. of public* din, 211-213 North Broadway, ~ • r. To Tyler. A reflection n: my ln( brought a«i"' i appearing In these column con Individual, will be cheerful W cor- itht to the attention of the Lditor. ANNOUNCEIEETS of Democratic ' Subject to action Primaries, For Coitflfés , 3rd District: , H. C. GEDDIB. * JAMBS YOUNG. R. G. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 June 1910

m- iis of is ler.. lc- I ob- of |has it I the rk. I the de In- his ív- I this | the I not to ian- .le land lu'ty Irav- ther to | this ap- Ixrse- land land lose Ither as fction was 1 Mc- the to ire Id to. [bell,, to- es. re- ■ot' the le no no. fcrsult as a ripe strict an the ¡made 7. K // THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TiMES. iwmi-ieekly Courier• I imes BT The tourier-íímes Publishing Co. Incorpofáltd .DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year a. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL. . Associate Editor. V. E. RAFFKRTY . .Buiinew llgr. Entered at Tyler, Texas. Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing In these columns con earning any individual, will be cheerfully cor- rected if brought ta the attention of the Editor. Hogs are worth big money. Every farmer who has not provided hlmsaif with a, few surplus hogs is losing money. The farmer who has not planted peas has made a mistake, but it ii not yet too late t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 June 1910

■ t THE S£M1 ■ WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1010. ft. f L iff i' i 1 -* 1 H : I IÉ ® ■ y 1$ §1 fv . i ill July Clearance Sale Right at this time, when everybody buys summer goods, we are offering strictly seasonable merchandise at reduced prices. To clear a good many small and some larger lots off our counters and shelves we have cut prices to the core. Please note the lines offered carefully. Descriptions and prices wont tell the sale sufficiently. It is best to come and see,— you will buy JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LACES, ALL-OVERS, NETS, EMBROIDERY, ALL-OVERS AND ÉMBROIDERIES AT VERY LOW PRICES. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LADIES iNECKWEiAR, PANS, PARASOLS, PURSES AND SHOP- PING BAGS, WHITE GOODS AND LINENS, WASH DRESS GOODS. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LA DUES' SKIRTS, WAISTS AND SUITS, SILKS and LIGHT WEIGHT WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, CORSETS AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, MENS AN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

j k ■ R. 3r |lcu- G. 53 Ire 2.50 fcl.00 H.90 M. o iew lght. W« I AM TV. U*' y. Austin, n-v. ■ •Cum gMg Courier - VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910. The Big Store AlUnVUVK AW § The Leading House THE BIG STORE-THE LEADING HOUSE Special Values in LADIES / | Ready-to- Wear Lingerie Dresses. A visit tó this department will tell you more about the beauties and splendid values of these dresses than all the descriptions we could give you here. Just look over the reductions of the prices, then come and make your selection. REGULAR PRICE for Lingerie Dresses NOW $5.95 Reduced to.. $3.95 t8.95 $ 6.95 12.50 $ 9.40 $14.00 $10.50 $17.50 $13.15 $22.50 $17.50 $27.50 $20.50 $32.50 $24.40 $37.50 $28.00 | Light Weight Wool Coat Suits. ¿ We have on hand about twenty-five Light Weight Wool Coat Suits, ft mixtures in good servicable color. These suits make fine traveling gar- l ments, and also are a splendid investment for early Fall wear. Regular prices from $15.00 to $20.00, to close o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

P?; é i THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY. JULY 2, 1910. Semi-Veekly Courier-Times bt The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAÍLY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ft A. lindsby If. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate BMfcor. V. E. RAFFERTY . .BustaMi Mgr. ■■tared at m B~o U CUm) of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texaa. a reflection appearing in tne * column. < aainlng any Individual, will be cheerful ly e eeeted if brought to the attention of the Edil arlnf in thea# columns con * * * cor- iltor. ANNOUNCEMEETS Subject ta action of Democratic Primaria. Fot Congrats, 3rd District: H. C. QEDDIE. JAMES YOUNG. R. G. ANDRBWS. K. W. SIMPSON. Per the Legislature: D. II. L. BONNER. Far District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. Far County 8chcol Superintendent: A. W. ORR. Far County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. Tor Comity Attorney: JESSE F....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

r iv- SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SCHOLASTIC CENSUS SMITH CD. 11808, GAINING 1195 OVER 1909 ¡Below is to bo found the totai number of scholastic pupils in Smith eounty. The list is furnished the Courier-Times by Prof. A. W. Orr, county superintendent of public in- struction. The list is a valuable one and it Bhould be clipped out and preserved tor fitture use. It is well to state that scholastics include nil children in the county within the ages of 7 and 17 years. The list is given by districts and the enrollment for 1909 and 1910: No. District. 1910 190!) 1 Antioch 76 €¡) 2 Arp 50 52 3 Baker Spiings 53 60 4 Bascom 76 92 5 Black Fork 171 157 6 Brown 136 102 7 Bullan! 62 57 8 Burns .. 67 59 9 Carroll 141 112 10 Center 116 110 12 Cross Road 59 54 14 Elm Grove , 70 42 l'B Enterprise 72 57 16 Eu'reka 134 119 17 Evergreen 126 112 18 Flint 292 29:' 19 Flora 37 5J 20 Cuiden Valley 153 129 21 Harris Chapel 74 64 22 Hebron 105 101 23 Holts 200 170 21 Hopewell 11 f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

THE SEMI*WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 19101 Semi-Weekly Courier-Times m towier-Tlaes FiMbMag Co. Mwri «oi. *1.00 Per Ye* H A- UNTSEY tL A. lfcDOUGAL. W. B. RAFFERTT a* Drtor. Touu. fomOw M MmU lUttor. of pubUmttoo. m-tU North Broadway. Tyler, ^■¡ñcww0indRSduafwill bo chatrf oi ly cor- I brought to the attentflw of tho Editor. ANNOUNCENEETS Subject to action of Dem icratlc Primarle*. For Congress, 3rd Distrlot: H. C. GEDDIE. JAMES YOUNG. R. G. ANDREWS. R. W. SIMPSON. For the Legislature: D. H. L. BONNER. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. For Flotorlal Representativo: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial Diotrict: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County 8chool Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County Judge: J. A. BUUXX3H. NAT GENTRY. County Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WWB JAR VIS. Tax AssoMor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAIRD, (re-election.) Vsr County Treasurer: W. H. OHITWOOD. R. E. LOVING. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

I SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910. *tni? f ^mSm , .^wí£^.V&V;.\W <:- ^At'VS i I i I V- « Copyright Htrt Schaffner & Mart Edge Clothing Company THE PLACE TO TRADE We will Save you Money on Summer Clothes, Shoes, Hats and anything men wear Pay less and dresá better T T SOLD TO The Dallas News of today has the following: "St. Louis, Mo., June 29.—A deal by winch the Louisville and Nash- vile railroad la to obtain control and practical ownership of the St. Louda and Southwestern railroad, known as the Cotton Belt Route, which has been pending for ninety days, andi Is expected to he consummated within the next thirty days, became known 'here today. The control of the Cot- ton Belt, it is reported, will pass to the Louisville and Nashville for a cash outlay of a little more than $1,600,000. "By this acquisition the Louisville anil Nashville will gain a short route to tjhe West and Southwest through Memphis and1 'St. Louis." A new York special says: "New York, June 29.—iH. L. Utter, assi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

.Mm ill, • • ' SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910. THE SEMIAVfcRKLY COURIER-TIMES. '' ÍP$: •Al JULEC. BROWN TENDERS FAREWELL ¡COMPARISON OF RECEPTION TO R. R. ASSOCIATES THE FIGHTERS The Woman of Today A charming affair was pi ven at the Oonmnercial Ciuib rooms last night, it being a farewell reception, tendered former associates of the Cotton Bolt fcy Mr. Jule Brown, who has re- cently servered hia connection with that road to accept a position with the Fordyce-Pierca Oil company. Over a hundred guests were pres- lyninnrnri—i a suit of flue clothes. Capt. John Tom bonner. on b*hali of members of B. of L. K.. Division 1 201 and 530, ptesentod Mr. Brown with a beautifully engraved goM > watch. In the course of his remarks Capt. Bonner spoke of the faithful service of Mr. Brown to the Cotton Belt, saying that he voiced the sen- timents of all present to saying tnat no employee of that rosd had ever been more devoted to duty nor more loyal to the service than hid Mr Brown. Following Cap:. Bonne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. BANQUET TENDERED JUDGE GORDON RUSSELL LAST NIGHT WAS A SPLENDID AFFAIR Over One Hundred Tyler Friends Assembled at Festive Board and Paid Tribute to the Distinguished Jurist (From Tuesday's Dally) The most (brilliant affair la the his- tory of Tyler was the banquet ten- dered Judge Gordon Russell, who re- cently resigned his seat in congress to accept ihe commission of United' States judge of the Eastern district of Texas, by over u «undired of his friends at the National Hotel last night. IRed, White and Blue Decorations The apacious dining hall was pro- fusely decorated with red, white and blu'e hunting, while the stars and stripes were entwined with the one Star of Texas. Eminently conspicu- ous were two large flags—a U. S. and a Lone Star—which were draped albout the middle column of the din- Inig hall. Ait ©aoh plate were Tyler roses, while ferns, palms and other flowers The third page bore the name of Hon. H. B. Marsh, toa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 July 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. i SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910. I / / r 3$- July Clearance Sale Right at this time, when everybody buys summer goods, we are offering strictly seasonable merchandise at reduced prices. To clear a good many small and gome larger lots off our counters and shelves we have eut prices to the core. Please note the lines offered carefully. Descriptions and prices wont tell the sale sufficiently. It is best to come and see,™ you will buy AGRICULTURAL YEAH BOOK TEXAS YEAR BOOK SETS NEW STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR STATISTICAL REPORTS. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. % OF LACES, ALL-OVERS, NETS, EMBROIDERY, ALL-OVERS AND EMBROIDERIES AT VERY LOW PRICES. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LADIES NECKWEAR, FANS, fARASOLS, PURSES AND SHOP- PING BAOS, WHITE GOODS AND LINENS, WASH DRESS GOODS. JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LADIES' SKIRTS. WAISTS AND SUITS, SILKS and LIGHT WEIGHT WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. j JULY CLEARANCE SALE. OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, CORSETS AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. t ¿JULY CLEARANCE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 July 1910

pial ,viirv te* " X/bvun. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. volume xxvn: TYLER, TEXAS, WF-*T<"VY, j'jLY 6, 1910. NUMBER 54. fius P. Taylor. President. R. Bergfeld, Active Vice-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. mwniwff/iiM (teo. S. McGhee, Cashier G. C. Wimboi-ly, Vice-Pres. Walter Oonnally, Vice-Pres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B. Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Lipstate. R. D. <5obt>. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus P. Taylor. 1 TYLER'S HOME-COMING TO OE HELD THIS MONTH 6! S Formal Dedication of the Courthouse, Battle of Flowers, Fine Music and Carnival Night Main Attractions We Loan Direct to Farmers COMMITTEE FOR FAIR EXHIBITS The committee appointed to get up | over 500 farmers who have agreed exhibits for the County Fair and the. exhibit something and they expect Dallas State Fair composed of Henry W. Acker, A. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 July 1910

1 - 1 '■ V'l H' il":' W T$ f.V: THE DAILY COb«IER-TXMES. Tyler. Wednesday, July 6, 1910. K, > i . mk The Big Store The Leading House MAYER SCHfllDT July Clearance Sale of all Summer Merchandise! Begins Friday, July 8th with each department of the Big Store contributing its share of new, choice summer goods, at reduced prices that means a saving to you. To those who are accustomed to trading at Mayer & Schmidt's it is unnecessary to state that the facts and figures in this announcement are genuine reductions, backed by the Mayer & Schmidt reputation of 21 years of honest mer- chandising and fair dealing in Tyler. Our buyers will leave for the Eastern markets this month, to make our Fall and Winter purchases, therefore, we are going to move out all summer stocks now by offering the largest stock of new, snappy stylish merchandise in East Texas attempting prices. The prices mentioned in this anouncement and price « cards throughout the store paint the way to extraordinary ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 July 1910

r KWi.' ■ WIDNMOAY, JULY 6, 1910. KM|.WKBKLV COURIER-TIMM. % J *. V v,>* ^ f . ft 0 Hi w ft 'a •M ii Copyright Hart Schaflner 6c Man dge Clothing Company 7/ KM TRADE í ^ Te will Save you Money on Summer Clothes, Shoes, Hats and anything men wear ay less and dress better LL FOR CONGRESSIONAL PHY Oamipbell issued a proclamation 23rd fur the ©lection !n the 3rd fessinoai dl*-riet to fill out the lined term oí Gordon Russell, re- i. To* dnl* set by ;he govern July 23rJ. tlm same t's y aa the ivy. aed'lately on learning of the call BP-Times wrote Governor Ca/mip- (o ascertain If the report was and suggesting to him that ho let the daito of the election i© same as th© primary but for er date. This suggestion wias In order not to have a general tm held on the some day and in ctdon with the primary. Again is thought that the successful ¡Late for the long term should be the nomination for the short A letter from Governor Camp secretary oaime today confirm ¡he report of the call for the el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 July 1910

— — '«■> _ ■**#■ '*f 4.".i # jt ■ •«...*•• -Mfiiiii r-i',,ir'* IV* • • *> a v -<| mm! V. ■ THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1910b 11 I i5 t Send-Weekly Courier-limes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. lncmtporéi d DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year U. A. LINDSEY H. A. McDOUGAL. .Anoelats ®«*or. W. ®. RAFKERTT .. Bu*ln«« Mgr. ■ntaMd at tVJar. Te irler, Texu, Posto Claw Mail Matter. Poatofflce u Second of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler, Texaa. ANNOUNCEHEETS Subject to action of Democratic Primaries. For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. JAMES YOUNG. R. G. ANDREWS. R. W. SIMPSON. For the Legislature: D. H. L BONNER. Fer District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judielal District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. Por County Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WBB JAR VI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 July 1910

Tyler. Wednesday, July 6, 1910. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. M . M\\y///^x\w/Mc«vui5miun!v FRATEKNRL ORDERS July Inventory Just Gompleted ■ M. CM. John's LodM no, M. A.F. Jk A.M. Meets tod Saturday niKht, 2nd and Ird Monday night* la each mcmth at Masonic Hall. C- C. Shepherd. W. M J K. Martin. Sec'f. Holtsclaw. K. K. * B. Shows our Stock entirely too Large. We therefore find it neces- sary to offer to the public the greater portion of our stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Men'b Fine Tailored Clothing Regular $27.50, $25.00 and $22.50 Suits at... $15.00 Regular $20 and $17.50 suits 12.50 Regular $15.00 suits.- $10.00 Regular $12.50 suits .$8.50 Our entire stock of "SWANN" and "GUYER" Hats, including about $350 worth of new fall styles which have just arrived at following prices $3.00 Hats for $2.25 $2.50 Hats for $1.75 $2.00 and $1 50 Hats for... $1.15 Stacy Adams $6 Oxfords $4.50 Stacy Adams $5.50 Oxfords. .$4.25 All $5.00 Oxfords now $3.85 All $4.00 Oxfords now $3.15 All $3.50 Oxfords n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 July 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1910. I'iitllii BiHi'iBHiiBüMWii it 1 i V ) r i I I í CsJuft • .'J /,,■ ' Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store GOLDSTEIN & BROWN Tyler* s Cheapest Cash Store Every Department Of This Store Presents Splendid Buying Opportunities NEVER before have we been so well prepared to supply your every need for summer wearables. Ordinarily stock is allowed to become very low at this period of the season, but anticipating a very active summer business we have purchased additional lines,"most of which were secured at a sacrifice from over- stocked manufacturers. That You Can Save Money by Buying Now is Evident From the Prices and Items Quoted Below: Gingham Specials 2,000 yards A. F. C. Ginghams, two to worth 12 l-2c a yard, special per 71 yard 12 \ Extra Special In Wash Goods 3 l-2c a yard. Figured Lawns worth 61-2c yard Ql extra special 02 5c a yard. Figured lawns, worth 7 l-2c a yard, r. special, per yd 01 7 l-2c a yard Figured Lawns and Batites, wo...

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