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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

■ J' '■■* : ' .i'": KTSKi o go « O O O o o eos O CQ O o o CD O O o O o o o ^8 ^¡. k Oa do o StSn-WREKLT CO t Kimt-TIMES SATVRDAY. XOVriMliER « 1809. NOONIMY, ir ■■ iii> AVhut u jrl irlou.s autumu we liave had for th>- sratherlng of crops! The people of t;\Is section have all taken advantage it' sanio and harvesting is almost son it-thing of the past. The health of the community is excellent at present. Quito a number of our people at- t-iuled the Dallas fair. Two of mr .school boy.--, Walter Denney an J Var- ner Wllkerson, went t>i the fair with the Boys' Corn club. We hope soo.i to ha\ e a corn club organized here. I think every community should take a step t> aid in the great rural im- provement campaign that was begun sometime back. Our new cuiri house has been completcdand it rivals any building1 in Noonday. The n< w firm of Smith, 'Walker, Turman & McCrcary, have moved into their now «otra and .everything is as up-to-date a« our city stores. Tin school hero i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

¡ O SATURDAY, VOVFMBER 6. 1MÍ. Semi - Weekly Courier- Times by The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated daily semi-weekly S. A. Editar H. A. McDOUGAL, A-wocIate Editor F. E. RAPKEKTY Bus In («a Manager 0 ° SBMI'WBEKLI COURIKR-TIMB8. Q O O © o Subscription rates, 50 cents per month by tarrler, or by mall 16.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Texas, Poatofflce as Second Class Mall Matter. Office 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 attentlcn of the EJlior. 51—BOTH PHONES—51 <>I«;.VNI/J:I> JÍUIOK SI.\IN tiii: ruT:. C)r(i:inlzctl labor wan glvi'ii another .slap In the la-o today, the court of appeals of C lmnbia affirming tho judgment oi the ]• w.-r court in the (lompers-.UItchitll- M irrlson e i.se. It was a two-to-one decision. Twj rcpuhlh an memlii rs of the voted to alllrm ami tho dmocratle mei.ib.,r dissent! say.-, the I>allus JTifnes Herald. Tex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

ecco X~ oo ^-íocco o ® cyj> O o Cj oo oo oc^rDcrrt; nU'Wanai ASSISTED IN ORGANIZING CHUKCII IN TYLER NEARLY 25 YEARS ACO While in the city yesterday JMin \dams wa« making Inquirios ;u¿ to the different preachers of the city, and being told that Rev. J. J. Lock- liart in r.or.v pastor of tho Christian church -n Tyler, ho dropped into a remlrHecnt mood, and stated that K(iv. 1 Aick'iart was the first pastor of that church. • In fact," said .Air. Adams. "Bro jjockhart, came to Tyler at the in- stance of >iy wife and not only or- ganized this church tut I also became its first pastor, remaining here for sometime. He did a great work then, as 1 understand he is doing now. That was about ¿3 years age. S mv of tin' members who were in the or- ganization aro Airs. Dr. o. Loftin, t). s. Tucker, Win. Liles, and Mrs. John M. Adams, my wife. We are now living in F rt Worth, but other names mentioned are still citizens of Tyler." Air. Adams was pleased to note tli? progress being made by t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 November 1909

o O O WEDNFSDAT, NOV. S, 1HI. Ladies Home Journal Patterns LeGrand, McDonald, Carlton Company Patterns f Ladies Home Journal mm SATURDAY STARTS OUR IlWWVWKWZMO «X GREAT NOVEMBER SALE! Over a thousand Underpriced Items. - We will inaugarate a sale Saturday of high grade merchandise bought before the advance in prices. There is no reason why these goods should not bring their full value, but for the fact that we always adhere to the Straightforward Arrow Rule, When we buy underpriced we sell underpriced. Sale Starts Sat. November 6, Closes Nov. 16 -I * I I i Outings and Flanneletts One of the very best Outing values ever offered,'light ank dark colors. 50 pes extra good quality Outing, light colors, worth 7 l-2c, sale price Wu 50 pes Outing, light and dark colors "Tl. worth 10c yard, sale price 12|# 30 pieces extra heavy Outing, one of very best brands, worth 12 l-2c, sale Alp price per yard ;•••,• ™ 25 pieces light and dark colored Flannel- etts, for Kimonas, Dressing sacques and Wai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

o -rr C> n o O o O1 'o, t V ¿7 /•O A O u o 0 «!< •> T.lbrsrv, ím.Hn, T *«n o O i i ir Courier-Times. Vi >1 AM I: XXVI. TYIiKR. TKXAS, \\ I l>M s|i \y. \o\. 10, JilüS . M'Miti:i¡ un. THOMAS FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR in: \v i i/i. ídm'im: iinisKi.r WHOLLY TO Till; EVILS OE Till: I.OKllY. IS IN CHRIST'S FOOTSTEPS Scourging i>l' I lit' Money Changers From the Temple Will !>«> Foun- dation of Ills l'lulform. Sulphur .sprlutvv. 'IVs., Nov. S.—An- swering ,i iict'.tlon is?ni (1 l y scvi nty- two citizens "I West, Texas, praylnyr him to become a candidate for lieu- tenant gov< mor, Senator II. Haseem Thomas issued a formal announce- ment of his candidacy. Among oth' r things he says: "A short time after the holidays i shall ki> on the stump and .-peak t th< pi oi le in all sections of this state, and I shall confine myself wh.'lly to a discussion of the evils of the lobby, graft and corruption at Austin and ■why 1 was expelled from the senate. J have only one prom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

o o c;;3 O Wi:i>M s|HV, NOV. 10, 1U09. sr\ii-\m:i ki.v cockier-times. I' Semi - Weekly Courier-1 imes 13? The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY S. A. Ll.NUSKY. . . . >1. A. M DOL'GAL. F. K. KAI'KI'ltTV, EdltDi . a. soclate Editor Business Manager Bubscrliitlcn rates, 50 cents per month t y :arrier, or by mall JC.00 per ytar. Entered at Tyler, Texas, Postofflce aa Second Class Hall Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 N. Liroadway, Tyler, Tex A rt-Miillon appearing In these columna concernlnK any individual, will be cheefully corrected If brought tc the attention of the Ldlior. 51 — BOTH PHONES-51 (.itowTii «>r -mi: corioN m;i/r. it. L mi. Siuthwi Ui ii r.'dwa.v i. rapidly tak- ing rank w.th the best and iii".--t pretentious of tin t,.fe i, . . ...«: u.ucr.i or pi m Irate 'I'•■mm, it lml<-t-il. it 1m. ii.it already dole- ts • -Noting the pro- b'li-s .if this line, the Hallway Age Gazette .a..s; The St. Louis Southwestern i.s familiarly known ;u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

■vou |vou so, cati nd [intr pric bac unq ¿ua Atta Uti'S Bolq inn I bos* al to rrell't son, a kin to pro'hj 1 : nil drifi here expri utofc prot tiOT ll .'IS |j •fcs at pro (sod H f.vst iji n rt( *vo lo Mi 0 o° O O O sfmt-wkkkt/v corniEn-TiMF.s 6 • G 5: o cr 0 O \\ i;i>\l SI)\v, NOV. 10, lftO!). WAS GREAT BENEFACTOR '**"<> * . . J*—. -U. . _ Hpocial tn t'.>,irirr-'|'iir.i\<. X< \v y.irk, \.)V. il.—\. arly $1'!,-! OOO.OdO w i.-1 1 • it t.i institutions con-' TK'iti i with tin* I'I'-siiyterian church l y Jn.i, s K't nn. dy who died here. Ill# cstill" i.- \ i! ni 11 :it $25,000,000. The I'm-iiyUTuin board of Foreign Alitwto .*, I'oard.- uf II uno Mission-, church < xtvn.-'in:¡ fund each receive 1 j $2,600.000. K< niudy was a life timo member of the l'rosyterian church. This is une < f ttie largest gifts ever m ule for religions purposes. SOME FUN AT CORSICANA Special to c itii ier-Times. Dallas, Tex., Xo\-, ti.—Congress- man Unfits Hardy, of Oorsican?. to- day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

o o* \vedni:si>\y. xov. 10. mi . O THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. i t Y. v t< ti qt bí in TT • " - • • ix tiie lahoii \W>rli>, • The inm 111 <uldors' union .it Dalla', Texas, has ri -organlzoi!. Meat cutters an*l luí11• 11• • i~.-( in Jack son, Mich., have formed a union. A now union >f blacksmiths was formed In Wichita, Kos„ recently. The Janitors' Uni >n in New Vork han just published tlio first number of its monthly magazine. A state f' deration, compi Islilg in it.s membership about six thousand millers. wa ■ recently organized ill Wyoming. MemIn rs >f the Minneapolis,Minn., carpintera' union have started a| movement tei obtain a i1e and crcct j n building of their own. The ni >|ders' imi in of Portland, Ore., in ' ugaged ii> a movement to ob- tain legislation that will abolish til'' manufacture of stoves in tin ponlteu- ti try. At the convention of tlio Wood, Wire and Metal bathers' Association in Hostou the monthly per etiptla tax was Increased fr im ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

o o 3C3 o o KFMIWEEWLY COURIER-TIMF U KÍ>M:SI> \Y. \OV. 10, 1909. TH L o '*41 ¡1 a OPENS UP Good List of Representatives—Many of Them Work—The List of Premiums For Both Readers and Representatives at WANT ALL DISTRICTS 10 BE REPRESENTED sfxi>. PiioM. oh <;o to tiif. or. lICi: AM) <;i.t IN Vol It VI'. I'LK'.VrioN—(•< toll l' \i roi; yoi a Tim i-:. Mils, lil/mi: t HOOK. \c« liar, inoiiy. enters for Ml. S.vlvan. (.ar- den Valley, chandler district. MISS 1,1 A A DltOWX outers for Lindóle. Hi'tl Springs and swan dMrlt I. MITt'llMIjL t H VWI.FY. \Yldlohou«.e. «iters fur Copien, (¡rungo Hull, lía mm a n, \\ hitelwuse district. J. i:, COOK, Pleasant Helreat. H. J. Tyler, enters for the Xoonclaj, Flint, Milliard. Pleasant Hetreat lUstrlet. MUS I- •!. I'OWM.W enters for the Liberty Hill school and will repre- sent the Winona. Siarrville. Pine Springs. Liberty Hill district, MISS KATIF JOll.VSOV. .Noonday. It. S, Tyler, enters for the Noonday. Flint, linllard. Pleasant Itetre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

EH s># k^. ■■ 'M 'Ml I f'I ! i m i 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 THE DAILY CO fit IFR -TTME8 EMn flRW.UJUa'ili-.RL .'SSL-'M '■! \ VAvi 00 '3 'Kaufman's Pre-Shrunk" Clothing is Best Better Goods For Less Money i/l >%i* I •AkTIMOnt. I 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 8c 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 vou ever saw before. Let us clothe your ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

VI I > \ I --I > \ > , \< l\ . 10. lito . Wr w are ys% u\ x, '1 «V? - í i * w J 9 A chcp wagon is painted to hide defects in iho w u.l ar J r ake ¡t look attractive to the purchaser. Even the paint is of poor quality and wears c if c;u!< k!y, leaving ¿e wood exposed lo the weather. A SiutJebaker is painted tu preserve tr.e wood ar..J protect it I from the elements. Even when the boxing is forced in'.o the hub, it is covered with pure lead in order to keep moisture oui: of ííio hub. You cannot see that, but it's thore juot the sanie. The paint used en a MATERIAL BOUGHT FELL FROM FOB GAS VMS II. ir. KOMIAM) UliTV'HXM 1KOM i nn to ci.i:\ ki vm): OHIO. i tí «.Trwdv.*vrs* 1 g. ? yf-4r WAGON is 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 shows just how the Studebaker is made. Sold only bj Geo. R. Philips Tyler, Texas Also Agent for James & Grah...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 November 1909

m,m °o o o O "«i O o O © © u ocí o o O O L> O o oO nil. I MTV (oiKihi timin , .■> 8 I'! I;á- . . & <> m ii KS I Ú f: sr.. ti C O ó ft 1 1 D o 0 tí I ° I t i i \ A V n f I A A v*1 i i f?|v I Mi •rr MU ¡her wlt tm «IV? Jr« Mat •y * they CterU ♦ ke Khe<J V? tií n*ff < T><e**n tan B ixn ®f rla Hou t*hinn« ^ndici today . coii^tri vest.m Jannra •ration Is romj 6 J 1 SILKS r.Oncli Fancy Taileta for waists and dresses, worth 75c Special 49c ;W inch Chiffon TaiTcta, ve ry fine, soft quality, in Mul- berry, d'red, Wishteria. asi.es of Roses, copenhagan, leather and gendarm?, worth 1.25 Special 95c 30 inch Satin Messaline in all colors, especially pastel shades, for evening wear, regular price 1.50 Special 98c 10 inch Moire silk, all colors, worth 1.00 Special 89c 30 inch Moire Silk in black and gray, worth 2.00 Special 1.49 § CHARMING WAISTS AT SPECIAL PRICES All the choicest styles, all materials, plain to elabo- rately trimmed. Prices are so low, you can not affo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

CO O @ a o to O (5=5*5 O 0 O O Llhrirv. \'ictln T< v * €-j © O O A O © Semi - Weekly Courier-Times. Vfn.uMi: xxvi. TXLER, TEXAS. SATIK \>. M)\ I HUI15 1:5. II . m unt n oi. <" l „ n .. .CONVENTION I OPEN TODAY Dont Wait Lon= ger for that i New i cr riÉte* Suit £.L.BL/MLtN£ & CO. ifeSi S3Oí_r •« ? ^-.wif-iT* C' -Me^QfcuicK • L tíh 5 ^ T P MBM WHO WI N J: . ^ t C- PVH u" 'bub ti " ft. m C V •*' i«*Nt fit cO. i k The greatest assortment of high grade Fall and Winter | Clothing for men and young men, let us show you how they ® fit Prices j $15.00, 18.00, 20.00, 25.00, 30.00 RRIH PROOF, ncTH PROOF ' i OOuatX SUM. A^P KÑU MUNP-ORODFO SHOWrOlRS % P/\NT5'1KVÍ.I- LINÍD IN D E S T dil CTI OLE CtN |N C ~ - |¡^í&íy . fhVHC AUCUNO COÁT BOTTOM lartQ^St^fjs V '$^ *%' DOUBLE STfíXÍD l (ÍÍCKE.T5. '* PAT. £L SILK' St*N .S E AMS'iV -• CUARANTtt I ABfí. IN HCPT 'PE^SR' STTTZ ftSCNOENBERG BROTHERS MAKLWJ IVU«4>H lailUAUO HERE is something new for you to learn today—"Get wise." THE «B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

o © © GS* Sfi •I R • >! a , fl i >; • % ?r 1 tt* « •« « 1 r-' I 0 1 • • • - fi I \ o • & \ ' y lí ví ^ i 1 r j) o J V ¡k .i o ji í; * o.'* U 1 1 1 a i 0 ü m . • 1 Í- n *■} u !•. a t, *• /FT? * I li . \ • ;• S .* í h v p I R i¿ I í ñ •« 0 ,0, ¡¿§ 'U °oX; f 00 f¿ "°0 p° : m La- •\ ! ' i <*' H. * OCKÍ 00 <? ©0 . 3 O O O (SATi'HDW, xovKMnr.ii ta. !« !>. SFMI-WKI KI.Y COIIUKR-TIMES. Semi - Weekly Courier-1 ¡mes t hi tiii: r.n. hat am tiii-: mi.k ii.vr, '• Tii ;..- . TI ni s "What's the dlfiVr. tice 11 .1 -Mil' 1 t ■ t >1 • chufl'U p.'W .Hld .1 fijp.-vt ]).!■ ,.: I tin- Tylt r <' ■ 111'¡• r iiiswers this \\l.*e; The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 6. A. L.1NDSEY, . . . H. A. McDOUGAL. F. E. RAFFERTV, Edltoi . Associate Editor Business Manager hat fad t!i w rnon hive Is 1 nuisance Subscription ratos, 50 cents per month by tarrler, or by mall $6.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Texas, Postoffice as Second Class Mall Matter. Office of public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

o •o a SPrMT-WBJKKIiY COURIER-TIMES (<% i i # THE REMEDY FORSO0E541ÜJLCEBS There is but one wav to c tre aii old sot« or clironio ulcer, and that U to remove t he emu 1 th::t ; i .uluc -s and keeps it oxmu No matter wher* located, any í:ure t \at rc-ma, ire tti.vil it becomes chronic does so because of nip«re Mood; the circulation ocms antly dischftree* tts polluted mutter into the p .«e a-:<1 it is impossible fox nature to heal the sore. s.á.S. heals soreaantiulcer* by purifyr'^ the blood. It removes every trace of taint or impurity from the tirculttion. and thus comptetel" does away with the cause. No local application rtntha below the infected flesh at the spot, ®nt?lor no t ir.itive etTect ou u sore or ulcer; while suio treatment i being : ¡ ed alore, the germs and impurities are constantly ineteaainpr in the blood *nd the sore is bound to grew worse. When S.SS. has clean-pd the blood and enriched aud purified the circulation the place begin* to take on a ív.cro healthv ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

SATl'RDAV, XOVKMIíKR 13. 1 0®- SFMI-WEFKLY COCT11ER-TIME& 0 ® o 0 .fc'V'i A GOOD WOHKEB IN A GREAT W03K W0MAN m JMHOIBE © QOo Í1 ■ © j 0 i I © f I | I ; 11< I« 55 ií N ■ I.. ; t f ' ! i i * f :¡ ! I 'If. I .* . Ü J. , I i (Prom Thursday's Dally.) Yesterday tin- court ho us w rk- ¡>-.< n elevated f.nc woman In this city to .i 11 • <-. t exalted ¡i viltlon. \\'< ref i to the ií"iM'-.sj4 of liberty, we • 11 j | > o.~ < • .she will be call' I, which uüj- j.ut on the dome of the court hojae. 'Phis Is a c >iwr Hgnr*-. 11 feet In height, reprinting a Woman, hoi 1 ing In one hand a sword an'l !•' till oilier the .-cabs fit justice. The figure at i's topmost point is li;o feet from the «round, though It do's not look th. t high. It weigh. • oral hundred |> uinds, and the old lai'y was liugg. ■(1 several tim<*s whil' | b< ing put on her exalted position, j This lady no doubt is very proud of her place on top of the temple "f justice, as í-he i the only • w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 11)09. T1IE Ih\1 J.Y COURIER.TIMES. a © $4yh I MRS. BETTIE CHGSK LEADS OUT IN 0 © Starts with 1400 Votes and Represents the Mt. Sylvan, Garden Vaiíey, Chandler Districts I'onrlli IMcmium. J. E. ALSO ENTERS THE CONTEST ALL DISTRICTS REPRESENTED KXCEIT THE OMEN, ARP, TltOl'PE DISTRICT — OTHER JREI'R ES I0XTATIV ES WANTED IN ALL DISTRICTS. VOTES MRS. BETTIE CROOK, repre- so uting the Alt. Sylvan, Oar- den Valley, Chandler district. 1400 ,1. E. COOK, representing tho Noonday, Billiard, Flint, Picas ant Ketreat district 1 40U MISS IjENA BROWN enters for Liiululc, Red Springs and Swui i dlstrU I. J. E. COOK. Plensnnt Retreat, R. -. Tyler, enters for the Noondaj, Flint, Bulla rd. Pleasant Retreat district. MRS. L. J. BOWMAN enters for the Liberty Hill school and will repre- sent the Winona, Siiifrvllle. Pino Springs, Liberty Hill district. MISS KATIE JOHNSON. Noonday, R. 8, Tyler, enters for the Noonday, Flint, Billiard, Pleasant Retreat distrlc l. MRS. LAI RA B. WOO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

o o a r Get Well <Q> Tf you aro sick, you wish to #et well, yo\\ ? j í¿j Of course you do. Vitm #'isli to Ixj rid of J&fi pain atid ( misery, and bo happy again. l i' your illness is caused hy Témalo trouble, you enn quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's] Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re- lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suiTeriug like{ you from some female trouble. FATAL JOY RIDE AUTO INTO RIVF.R 0 H ' Wrtfll |/vMvN' \W IM'lltSONH W%j8 IllOit LlVJt'fc IX TRAGIC THROUGH AN CPEN BRIDGE Striking Miutinent, Automobile Turns Somco.ii nit lulu (i ilea go Rl\ir— Ifcelles Vol Rceoveml. For Women's Ills Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., BufTorcl agony for seven years, liead her letter about Cardtii. She writes: "1 was sick for seven years with female trouble. Kvory month i would vry nearly die with my head and batk. Í took 1'3 bottles of Cardui and was I cured. Cardui is a fJod-send to suffering women." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES WOMEN WILL MEET IN TYL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

® §> O O ig ® fji ® o o \H Hi AV. \ovoiui:k i: . moo. 0 &KMI-WEÍ :KLV COURIER-TIMES. O (T> © o Why are Wagons ?ainfed?¡SCHEDULE A cheap wagon is painted to hide dcfects in the wood and make IA llHANIlrl] look attractive to the purchaser. IU U,,n,1ULM Even the paint is of poor quality and wears off quickly, leaving te wood exposed to the weather. A Studebaker is painted to preserve the wood and protect it om the elements. Even v/hcn the boxing ¡3 forced into the hub, it ¡3 covered with ¡ire lead in order to keep moisture out of the hub. You cannot see that, but it's there Just the same. The paint used 011 a wagon chosen for its wear and weather resisting qualities. It may not look much different from the "cheap" wagon when !W, but— Ask us for the book, 'The Farmer's Friend," which shows st how the Studebaker is made. Sold only by eo. R. Philips Tyler, Texas | lIio Agent for James & Graham and Fort Smith | Wagons also Studebaker buggies & INSIST on •¡he Success irom ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 November 1909

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