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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

St: Uibrary. Vustln. Toxaa. r Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910. wnm The Bis Store The Leading House YVWVk vW twWk**- THE BIG STORE —THE LEADING HOUSE Annual July Clearance Sale Starts FRIDAY, JULY 8th TheTáme has come to reduce stocks. Read our full page announcement. Every department in our store offering special prices on all summer merchandise U Men's, Youth's & Boy's Clothing M Off A WORLD-WIDE PROTEST AGAINST FI6HT PICTURES Agitation Started to Prevent the Exhibition of Pictures of the Big Bout at Reno ANTI-PICTURE LAW IS WANTED IN TEXAS (Barton, July 7.—-Officials of the Christian Endeavor society are much pleased today over the result of their movement, started here to prevent the moving pictures of the Jeffries- Johnson fight (being presented. Ur- gent telegrams were sent toall branch e® throughout the world to oontlnu'e the agitation. Mayor Fitzgerald said he did! not think the pictures would be exhibited here. Anti-Picture L...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

m-.1 rfi SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910. >: mm M?, : HRi HP J& The Big Store The Leading House MAYER SCHfllDT July Clearance Sale of all Summer Merchandise! 1 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 bargains of the most suitable character in a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

4 \ SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. FRATEKNRL ORDERS M. John's Wo. M. A.F. * Meets Sad Saturday uigiit, una and Iri Monday night* U each month Munnlc Hall. C- C. Shepherd. W. 14 J. K. Martin. See'y. M. Holtsciaw. K. K ft •. I I 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'* 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 Sta'cy 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 now $2.90 All $3.00 Oxfords now $2.15 All $2.50 Oxfords now $1.85 I ) i 25 p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

. ,' THE MMI-WmCLY C0PMBK-T11IH. Seml-VeeMy Cosrier-Ttaes BT Ik Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY UT—r-TT' ■^"■^=====3sa=a 1 i Sabscrlplion. >1.00 Per Year «. A. LINDSBY M. A. McDOUOAL. V. «. RAFFERTT . Businees Mgr. ""¿s-ssvas rwtoflM u Second of publication. tll-CU North Bro dway, Tyler. Twaa. A reflection ippttrlnf in Ihtte column eon samtng any Individual, will be cheerful ly cor- n3tad if brought to the attention of the bditor. ANNOUNCEHEETS Dem)cr*tlc Subject to action of Frtmarie*. For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. JAMES YOUNG. R. G. ANDREW'S. R. W. SIMPSON. For the Legislature: D. H. L. BONNER. Far District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Dlotrict: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A W. ORR. FOr County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. Ml CDestr Attorney: ¿ESSE F. O DOM. X. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. Judicial PUDDINGS made from Jell-0 CREAM wder Ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1*10. w i • JJ IK &%*■' I wv á Vi-7 ♦ $ M * r in % VI 1 i J se«s V* f II « V JIMu Copyright Hut Scluflber & Man \ Clothing Company THE PLACE TO TRADE We will Save you Money on Summer Clothes, Shoes, Hats and anything men wear Pay less and dress better MRS. CHAS. CROSS FOUND DEAD IN BED AT UNDALE (From. Tuesday's Dally.) Nei^ reached the city this morning of the death, of Mrs. Ohas. Cross who was found dead in her bed toy her bnshand when he gat up to attend to the morning duties. Mrs. Cross re- tired in good health last night, and her condition was not suspected until the husband started to awake her. Heart failure is assigned as the cause of her unexpected demise. Mrs. Cross was a niece of Mr. Newt Croes, candidate for county clerk, and was a well known and popular young woman. She is aur* vlved by her hufeband and one or two children. Her many friends are grieved to learn of her death. GOOD CROPS AT THE POOR F, Geo. W. Kennedy, superintendent of the count...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

, f"íí> '"f H MM " •'"T/. ' : ' " < '' T Jrnm'.m pw ■ if fsx* •EMI-WKKKLY COURIt RTIM€S. ¡W-M ' [fe • ' S'h • ' Si ñ llr i f I 'H •t.. Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store GOLDSTEIN & BROWN •ATUHPAY, JULY I, 1110. 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 Al extra special 02 5c a yard. Figured lawns, worth7 l-2c a yard, e. special, per yd Ob y .. «...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910. COTTON BELT WILL RON HOG DEMONSTRATION TRAIN Through the efforts or officials oí the Cotton Bolt, towns along that road are to have the benefit of the hog demonstration train, aibout which •o much has been printed lately. Tho road has been at work on the plan for somatome and now that it has materialized, it is up to the people to come and see it when it visits this section. The train will stop sometime at each place and give the people in terested in hog raisin gthe privilege of inspecting fine stocu aboard and of hearing addresses by practical hog men.. Literature will be distributed, and nothing will be left undone that will tend to interest the people into a larger degree in this much neglect- ed industry. The trip will be extend- ed into Arkansas. The Itinerary is as follows: The trip will begin at the end of the line at Kennard in Houston coun- ty, that the train proceeding toward the central part of trie state may reach Rusk July 28, where it will re- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 July 1910

,**> in*■ mí I.. .tfBII ¡a*** «***> t ^r.jjjgm jMWirfwtiimMutiigm* riijiV- THE SEMI-WEEKLY C0UR1ER-THIE8. SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910. n J- r\', m I s > i I A It f t 11 I , 8 if; M ta IKF ' !>'.■. I i CHIC Aw*> t/0RK, KAN ¿niummi Iff BAKINP IV V POWDER COMPLIES WITH ALL PURE FOOD LAWS Makes the Edikln|{ Sweeter, Lighter Always works rlrfht NO FAILURES Costs YOU Less NO TRUST PRICES \ 23 Ounces lor 25 Cents BEST AT ANY PRICE or your money hack . 0.1. COLQUITT SPOKE 10 AUDIENCE OF 1000 LAST NIGHT (Prom Thursday' Daily.) Hon. O. B. Colquitt, candidate for governor of Texas, sipoke to a very large and appreciative audience at the Alrdome last night Every seat was occupied and many stood1 throughout the whole speech. The crowd is variously estimated at from 800,to 1000. Tjie speaker was introduced by- Mayor Bonner. Mr. Bonner said lie was pleased to introduce to a Tyler audience such a distinguished citi- zen of Texas, and was glad to note that when Tyler people had business wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 July 1910

■tate Library, Austin, Teu . Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. BBS VOLUMC XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, Wednesday, July 13. NUMIIR M. PRIMARY SET FOR JULY 16 COMMITTEE DECIDES THAT PRI- MARY FDR THAT TERM WILL BE HELD ON THAT DATE (Returns Will Bs Canvassed on Monday, July 18—several Can- didates Announced. There Is to be a democratic prim- ary election held next Saturday, July Wth, throughout the Third congres- sional district to nominate ft candí date for the unexpired term of Judge Russell, resigned. This course was determined upon yesterday afternoon by the democratic congressional excutive committee. When this committee met in Tyler, last Wednesday it passed a resolu tioa that it would itself make the selection of the candidate at the meeting yesterday, however, It sent its chairman, Hon. R. T. Brown, to Austin to confer wtlh the governor and attorney general as to what could be done in order to make legal nomination. On «convening of the committee yesterday, Chairman Brown stated be had confe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 July 1910

. j ... t ti*. J., \W/ i BY WAIT I Until Friday, 1 k\UTM\lUVffiir/KK!!OKV\W/i 1 A\\\\\\\WKMM«C cniuuvmamyMww $ 25,000.00 Stock mgh grade, dependable Gent's Furnishings, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc., to be placed on sale at a mere fraction of their real worth. Never before have we been compelled to dig the knife so deep into first class merchandise as in this sale. The reason is obvious-too much stock-it being one of the set purposes of this firm to close out all goods at the end of each season. Hence our Great semi- annual Clean-up sale in January and July. Don't forget the day and date , KKraan&s AW/MOKWIII LY CL u A Clearance Sale! Without a Parallel The one big event that scores of men have been patiently, waiting for. You'll not be disappointed. • ■ The values are the best we offered- . 'Crowds intage of this e urge L5v' lie your EDGE CLOTHING COMPANY { the I 2 SWifflf/i mjRRYf This is not an ordinary sale but an EXTRAORDINARY Occasion. The greatest bargain event in the histo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 July 1910

otaerea . urow< mtage of this selections early, and avoid disappointment. Compare our prices .. Com- pare the quality. You'll find our offerings the best at any price. Come early and get your suit fitted. Sale will positively open Friday, July 15th, for only 8 days. You cannot miss this sale. You dare not miss it. A bona fide sale to turn the entire summer stock into cash. I CLEARANCE SALE ipil Q H & 1 ■ Ui.sS! ?5¿ m¿ . m f/ reductions are It has been forgotten, cost likewise, in many cases the stocks are too large, the season is late, will sobn be receiving our fall stocks, we must have the room, need the money and don't want to carry over. Just 8 days to sell all our summer goods. Don't wait until everything is picked over. Gome early. Friday, 9 a.m. You will be surprised to see how we are selling mens* sox, black, and tans, 121-2, grays at Ob 15c and 20c Sox, black and tan, something |A. good—Clean up sale I Uw 100 doz. mens' White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 10c, have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 July 1910

■J ■■■ >3 *« Ittnan>1,BW 4 / ' f • W: I I ifr1 | T pi: Pf' f$.r 1 . ■i' ■ A '.YMaFSTi rvfti ■wwi^n.ni .J." i 'ill.nlfciTiii'M 7i'■■>«— a Wedneodsy, My H Special Democratic Pri= mary, July 16th, 1910 Upon his appointment to the Federal Bench, Judge Russell resigned his seat in Congress. The Governor thereupon called a special election for July 23rd (same date as our regular primaries) to elect some one to fill out the unex- pired term occasioned by Judge Russell s resignation. Un- der a ruling of the Attorney General of Texas, a special democratic primary was on Friday July 8th, called for Next Saturday. July 16th to select a democratic nominee for this unexpired or short term in Congress which ends March 4th 1911. # There are several candidates for the regular term which begins at the expiration of the unexpired term. These will be voted on at the primary July 23rd and not at the special primary July 16th. This is to remind you of the special democratic primary Next Saturda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 July 1910

nesday, J ily 13, THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. tECH OF HON. JAS. YOUNG DELIVERED IN CITY OF TYLER reeted with Frequent Applause Large Audience--Made Fine Impression a IAS BORN IN BUSK COUNTY ATTENDED SCHOOL IN SMITH ol lowing a<Ulres3, somewhat dged, was delivered in 'Pylor by i. Jamies Young. oí' Kaufman nity, candidate for congress from Third district: adies and Gentlemen: ®hou'ld not want a greater tributa I to me than chat paid by the gen- ian who has steed here and told that I was one of his boys. And hermore, that tribute that my nds and neighbors here from Kant i coúnty and Henderson county, well as my old friends in this pty< who vouch for my integrity ^ a man, in my life as a private clt- U My friends, that has been the that I have lived for these 43 rs, for that many years ago I first the light of day in old Rusk aty, and I lived1 the life of an or- ■,ry farmer 'boy. And1 whon I had yn up, I desired to further prose- í my studies, and at that time ; great old schoo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 July 1910

Wednesday, July 13< THE SEMI-WEEKLY COUBIBR.Till«L Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BY lie Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Ineorporétad SEMI-WEEKLY Sahscriptlon. $1.00 Per Year •. A. UNDSBT H. A. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor. r. E. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. Poatofflca M Second " *8E.lsni2£r mt rMWi~«nn, 211-218 North Broadway. Ty ler. Texa . ▲ reflection appearing In the* column* con ■\! wT«ndiv!dúil. will be cheerfully oor- ~ brought to the attention of the Editor. as «UNCEIEETS Subject to action o< Democratic Primarles. Por Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDTE. JAMES YOUNG. R. G. AINDRHWS. R. W. SIMPSON. Far the Legislature: D. H. L. BONNHR. For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. W. H. HANSON. Por Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDDRiS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. OUR. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. For Oeanty Attorney: JESSE F. ODQM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. For Tax Assessor: HE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 July 1910

* * ** 0 " ' .* * i«nü9|n i'i.< mt. T.lbrarv. Ai«tln. T^m !• Semi - Weekly Courier T'es VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SA'i I' Ki>.\ \ , •it i.Y n; NO. i 910 í The Big Store I The Leading House —i HE NEVER SPOKE House _nn </íapU & I f FOR OVER 31 YEARS DON'T 'AIL lene aro worryln ' oi water. Come t ' millions of KalIon seem r,o ,-v*rp.> tha known ; • isr. Is tht limpc Well, Mil pin their nojM-M to mighty anxious ;or I :o. i ANOTHER LARGE GUT ON OUR LADIES REAOY MADE GARMENTS \ Sonic, villi, ig Reduction Sale on Men's to atteii'thing, Shoes, Hats, shirts, etc. and Br jHS SATURDAY, JULY V> SALE ha tho negro mayor Ipil/.o flv.lit pictures Iiti'il in his anvil, for j:p trouble between a sensible negr">, Jt view oi' • li.' : itna- | 1 .^'TTZF-Jk* MUKACTSMI As our annual July Clearance c,."!a progresses and stock „ is getting smaller, W° tuve decided, in order to make | a clean sweep, to make some more extra special re- f ductions in our ready-to-wear department. The bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 July 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIF.R-TIMKS. Saturday. July 16. 1910 >4|.- ; Bk-,' V -"' ' Sdren Cry for Flotcher's b S8e mmmmtzsssmmsss^ m July Clearance \ 1 " 11 in n ■mi,H S ma m % n, i — — É Tlio Kind You Hi lu iiEG for over «. All Counterfeits, Imi Experiments tl:nt trifi lu?juts and Children- What is Caatorin is a harmless su goric, Drops and Soothing contains neither Opium S substance. Its ago i Its and allays Feverishiwsss. 11 Colic. It relieves Teething T and Flatulency. It assimllaf* Stomach and Bowels, giving hi The Children's Pana*ssu^-XTae M •.ve Alvnys Bought, and which has been V) yenes, has borne the signature oí an" has been made under his per- son .u supervision since its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you lr ¿.'.is. iailo:;.s and "Just-as-good" aro but o with and endanger tbe lic ilth of -Experience against Experiment. Scile! CASTORIA bstitute for Castor Oil, Pave- ' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It rorphine nor other Narcotic \ grantee. It destroys Worms cures IMurrlicea and W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 July 1910

[« • '<• - 1MM Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 10 I'.HO NO. r. THEATORIUM 5c- The Cowpuncher's Ward. Prittiany Lassies. The Door. •THEATORIUM 5C AUGUST TENTH, ELEVENTH TWELFTH HOME WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WILL BE GALA DAYS IN OLD TYLER—SECOND ANNUAL HOME COM- ING. DEDICATION OF COURTHOUSE And Woodmen Log Rolling Will Be Part of the Program For the Home Coming Days—Every body Get Busy. The Homo Coming dates have been sot for August 10, 11 and 12, Wednes- day, Thulrsday and Friday. These dates will positively not be changed, an l the work of preparing for the en- tertainment of the "Home Comers" has already commenced. Messrs. 8. Bruck and J. H. LeGrand will ap- point the different committees for this occasion. The committee will possibly be named this afternoon or tomorrow. It is thought now that the second day will be for the dedication of the new court house. One day will be given to the W. O. W. Log Roll- ing, and the numerous other e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 July 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Saturday, Julylfl, 1910 Sweeping Reduction Sale! Starts Saturday, July Special Bargains in Summer White Goods. r This department comes in for its share of sacrifice SlIKS* prices. x, - , . . . 1° pieces white linen-finish Skirting; and Suiting; looks . llksat iess than makers cost toi cllear up our s 1k . like and wears better than pure linen; bought to if We have made remarkable prices, which shou retail at 25c a yard; will go in our special sale at. a | 0 them out in a few days. If you are interested come 50 pieces 40-inch White Lawn, should retail at 15c 71 9i"£k. . a yard; our special sale price, per yard f 2 1000 yards novelty Silk, in all colors, beautiful patterns 50 pieces 36 inch Book fold India Linon, the 10c 71 selected from our stock for this sale worth 50c AC quality, while it lasts, will be sold at' per yard .. | 2 Iaa j Puicefc?ier J '^ya' 'ÍtT pieces 36 inch India Linon, regular 12 1-2 and 500 yards novelty Silk dress goods, in this sea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 July 1910

r wá mm..va < SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. MRS. MARY GRAY WRITES OF TRIP TO OBERAMERGAU Tells of what She Saw at the Famous Passion Play ENJOYING A TIIIP OVER EUROPE The Courier-Times was handed the following letter from Mrs. Mary Gray of this city, who writes to her mother, Mrs. Hern, don, about her trip to see the Passion Play. The letter fol- lows: Ravenna, June 9th, 1910. Dear Mamma:—We have had aj awful haiá week's travel to get O'jor ammergau In and get back on the or- iginal schedule. We had one day oa the Italian lakes and they are very very (beautiful, but I was especially tired that day and did not enjoy the won- derful panorama which constantly un- folded itsoll to our view; the lovely lakes surrounded by high verdure clad r.'jountains with red roofed villages perched1 at all hlghts, and here and there a vista of snowey mountains fur- ther away. We traveled all day from Milan and reached Innsbruck for din- ner. That, you know, is right in the heart of Tyrol—a cup like de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 July 1910

11*1 wüu J 828^ ~> ¥ « MEANS WAIT S ¿¡sgmmvMfigsaaraaiigiBiBiag^xiMgig^^ | I Friday, July 15th nKUUVf// Clothing Co« cw/Ai\vvnttu%\voy/A. A\WA\\\\\\W////////A m%nuisvv /mu\xv¡^/// 00.00 Stock High grade, dependable Gent's Furnishings, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc., to be placed ors sale at a mere fraction of their real worth. Never before have we been compelled to dig the knife so deep into first class merchandise as in this sale, The reason is obvious-=too much stock—it being one of the set purposes of this firm to close out all goods at the end of each season. Hence our Great semi- annual Clean-up sale in January and July. Don't forget the day and date I I JULY u > ■* <• « l> V 4 4 > Nj O* co a t KKO AL !MX\\V 1WV//A osfsosoQissew^#/M^\%ia%\%w«s csn^iL%%\%ii«s«!««5«mB«Qwnmmnromi A Clearance Sale! Without a Parallel The one big event that scores of men have been patiently Waiting for. You'll not be disappointed. The values are the best we have ever offered Crowds will ...

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