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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 July 1910

STATISTICS FOR 1910 SHOWS 25.101; FOR 1909, 21,786, IN- CREASE OF 3,716 BALE8. OO O THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1910. SOCIALISTS WILL'TOTAL MEET IN TYLER i LASTS SALE I WILL HAVE ENCAMPMENT IN THIS CITY AUGUST 22 TO 27th. EXPECT VERY LAR6E CROWD WEEK Preparing to Entertain 20.00C People From All Over Thii Section. We have had such big success with our sale and so many seems disappointed for us to quit, we have decided to run it on until Saturday, July 3o, so everybody can get all the bargains they want. We have a big lot of real bar- gains left. Gome in early and buy, as this is the last week. Everything will be gone late in the week. ú EDGE Clothing i Following has been handed to the Courier-Times • Thu socialist, pariy will hold its second annual East Texas encamp- ment at Tyler, Aug 22-27. it is ovl- lent from tlu> e'aborate preparations lieiiin made that this encampment will conB'regate 20,000 people and bid fair to rival any socialist encamp- ment ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 July 1910

THE DAILY COURIF.rt-TlMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1910. THE BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS PBCIHCT CON- VNTIQNS HELO Tiii.^afternoon a convention for precinct No. 3 was held In the bease- ment of the court house. Judge J. W. Fitzgerald was elected chalrnian an.l E. P. Price, secretary A committee of three was appoint, ed to elect delegates for the count;.' convention, which meets in this city next Saturday, and they recommend d the following: .T. W. Fitzgerald. Ed Broughton, E V. Price, R. B. T.ong, A. P. Pdest wood, H. H. Hodges, J. W. Beaird. M. Logan, Oils F. Taylor, J. A. Bul- loch, H. B. Marsh, J. S. Mcllwalne. H. A. McDougal, M. Joseph, Jno. V. Hughes. On motion of Oil's F. Taylor, the delegate's were put under the unit' rule. On motion of J. A. Bulloch, A. P. Prostwood was elected precinct chair man. \o further business, the conven- tion adjourned. ***** The ••'■av. ntion ior precinct No. 2 vas hoi! in tho distrie,: court room t'nis aíierroon. Oscar McParl-tn-] obcrod chairman and B. O. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 July 1910

, T r ' O • v/epnesdv *. july 27, 1910. rr~r:- mi^. X. ¿¿ful,'*** ¿£ New Buggy Store in Tyler We have just opened a new up to-dsto Buggy Store next door west* of National Hotel Office. ROUSING WELCOME GIVEN HOI E Hon Coin Johnson reacheel home this afivirnoci'. over the Cotton Belt, 00111 in;; from Kaufman county where lie delivered throe speeches yester- day and last night, tli closing ad-'' h.i\e made a tlsht for the rights of droj's of the campaign being deliver- j l'u". 1>W>I)11>> U1,d tor them to ay who ed at Kemp, where he spake to over. 1:1" n1'' "ul ' believe that democ racy. It is the rankest heresy for a candidate to ask the pejpie for an of- fice and then spit on their platform. OR, NEW HARRIS L 15u0 people. Big Crowd Greeted Him. Several hundred people lunl gather ed ;it the depot to Rivet Mr. Johnson r.n I as the train stopped, there was a lively piece by the Kid Hand. As Mr. Johnson stepped from the train, friends and neighbors grasped his hand and it was w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 July 1910

jwmrmvx '' •' -'V -r—■ V ' THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. COUP IT THE LEAD fi* 50,100 (OTES More Complete Returns Show That Kaufman County Man will be Texas' NTpvt Chief Executive by a Handsome Vote—Poindexter Comes Second—-Jim Young Nominated for Congress from &e Third District by 2,000 Plurality Dallas. Tex., July 26.—Including all additional returns received, and ¿•ducting for duplications, the Dal las New*' report at 2:30 o'clock thi* morning account tor 286.000 votes, Which is perhaps 75 per cent of the total. Thtm gire Mr. Oolqultt a plu rality of 51,124 for governor over Poindexter. with Johnson only 1400 ▼otea behind Judge Poindexter. Col QUitt's plurality probably will be in the neighborhood of 60,000. The returns leave tbe race for lieu- tenant governor in cloubt with David- son slightly in the lead. Lane has a lead of 6,000 for con- troller ever Barker and 8800 over Teague. Harper leads Turner about 12.000 for judge of the court of criminal ap- peals, and indicating a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 July 1910

WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, IS10. FIÑESWOÑ LAST NIGHT REV. HA LF. SMITH SPEAKS TO YOUNG WOMEN—TEXT FROM 3D CHAPTER JOB. (Flora Monday's Daily.) Rev. Hal F. Smith proacheJ a fln« sermon to young women an:l sills, yes to ni a y morning. He took his text from the last chapter <>f Job, nnJ dwelt upon the meanings of tho names of Job's tlirte daughters: Jeirlnvah, 'the light of the morning;' Kezlah, "the breath of tho garden;" Keren-hap'puoh "all helpful píente ousness." Tho symbolism and pro- phecy of thees names, as appl!e.l to tho young womanhood of the twen- tieth century, was brought out in a beautiful way. The fact that Job gave his daughters an inheritance among their brethren 1> don to the thought of ihe high position given t.i woman wherever the gospel of Christ has gone. Attention was laso called to the common mlsrendering of the text: "I know that my Redemer liveth,' which should read: "I know that my Vindicator lieth, * * * and after my skin hath been thus destroyed, yet fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 July 1910

THE SEMI-WKEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Tyler, July 1910. WAÑTÁDSWÁÍfíÁDS FOR RENT. xnjijinri"**' 1 *mm ■ " m ********* FOR RENT—4-room dwelling on S. Beckham street. Apply to R. B. Long. 277 POR RENT—♦Modern seven- room cottage, close In, $20.00. Modern eight- room 'brick flat, close In, $20.00 Five- room cottage, water and sewerage, $12 50. Five-room brick flat, close in, $17.00. Several four-room cottars. $8.00. J. H. Herndon. FOR RENT—Neat 4-room cottage. Good well water. J. D. Ellis, 219 cor. W. Wilson and Ellis aves. 277 |tMJUUUUWMVl*r • - '***' " ******** FOR RENT—New cottage 525 Elm street near vino, five rooms, reception ball, bath room, all conveniences, Ap- ply to John Clark or ring old prone 190. 190- j&^^^V^&^^j**0^********************* FOR RENT—Four room cottage, bath room, hall and porch, waiter and light connections, No. 219 West Bow street. Apply Mrs. Jno. Clark, 802 N. Bols D* Arc, old phone 844. tf ************** FOR RENT—'My former home place on West Houston Stree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

o v7 r« ct.Tí'' T.'byary 1 tin "i • \«* O <S> Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910. NUMBER 61. 3 fl The Big Store The Leading House w THE BIG STORE- THE LEADING HOUSE 9' I Our July Clearance Sale will be continued every day this month, and for the last week we offer some extra- ordinary values in all departments. Remember, we have two and one half months of summer weather be- fore us. Ten weeks in which cool,sheer raiment will ba found comfortable. Below we mention a few specials in the different departments Silk Department 50 pieces Jap Wash Silk, Seco Silk and Japónica Silk in solid colors, stripes, checks and floral designs in most all colors, worth 49c and 59c, July Clearing Sale .... - 25c 25 pieces Minaura|Shantung and Mysotes Foulard in the rough uneven weave in solid colors and changeable effects, also in floral designs worth 59c, July Clearing Sale - - - - 33c Wash Goods Department 25c Poplin for 15c - , — 25 pieces 27 in. Pop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

M I y «tir yov pee do< No j fit' Ml I to so tr, at 05 ty r m t> e n a si o V 5L •1 ¿i t£' Ir ,j« 1 V I Ü Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated OAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year ■l A. L.INPSEY U. A. McDOUQAL). .Associate Editor. F. K. RAFFERTT ..Business llfr. bit*red at Tyler. TexM. Poatofflce «8 Second Claw Mail Matter. of publication, 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing in these column con Mrnlnir any individual, will l>o cheerfully cor- 1 if brouirht to the attention of the Editor. Cil the streams, stagnant pools an I ponds, and get rid of ¡.he mosquitos. Colquitt and his supporters will row arise an J sing. "Ndbocly kno^s bow happy wo are." Smith county will be represented In the next lecrislature hy P. H. L Bonner. Judge .Iwo M. 1jO£.ui is the floatorial representatlre. Jack Johnson. the ;m: has beei. offt red £ ??i,'K>0 for a nine-months tour of K.irope All of this because be llck( a white m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

// i I SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910. *•* y ■" J Í •v THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. # • • TTL¿LLL..)iii„ii.|in?TT mi,it ALCOHOL 3 PEH CENT. iteFootf antlRegula- Infants ,-Thilukkn ness and RrarXontainsneitter Jiuni.Morphine nor Mi ot Narcotic. JtefrafOMlkaMMmato fimytiii S*d- UkMiSM- jtíuSué* m Aperfect Remedy for COnsHpa- Hon. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. Atb months old i J5 DOSES-35cents CAST0R1A Forjfofantsa^ The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Guaranteed under the Foodj Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years NOTORIA colors in perfection. The fluid used, J she says, Is quito inexpensive and the method simple. One of the nicest exhibits ;it the Troupe fair is that of the Liberty Comniunity, a neighborhood of indus- trious and prosperous colored people about six ntiles north of Troupe. We learned from Henry Acker that these people are taking very readily to the j government met...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

iá j J y THE SE MI-WE] COURIER-TIMES. i* , 3 jstr yo pa 4 Ni fit M to £( tí a 0 tj e a t < x 1 i c i I « i W. J<8RTAN LOSES FI6HT ' ber of the resolutions committee, he should speak on one of the planks of- fered bV the committee to the conven- tion. LEADERSHIP OF FAMOUS SILVER LEADER UN 'NEBRASKA PAS8- E6 FROM HIM. Grand Island, Neb., July 28.—-Amid a tumult of cheers from the former followers of William Jennings Bryan, Permanent Chairman Smyth df the democratic plalfoim committee Mon- day read the result of a test vote of the gathering which practically toolt Married Women and the Law. The attorney general of the state of Texas has ruled that a married wo- •mau can not hold the office of county school superintendent. The ruling is based on the law that a married wo- man can not make contracts, which means that' she can not execute a hand. Sift It down to a fine point ami the laws of Texas soy that the wire ought to hold the baby while the husiband holds the office—and the po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

v- 1 \> . O o iPÜ © f- 8 AT URDA Y, JULY 30, 1910. THE SEMI-WKBKLY COURI&R-TIMES. 3 ',«5 LAST NIGHT SALE LASTS ONE MORE M r« in. k WEEK r We have had such big success with our sale and so many seems disappointed for us to quit, we have decided to run it on until Saturday, July 3o, so everybody can get all the bargains they want. We have a big lot of real bar- gains left. Come in early and buy, as this is the last week. Everything will be gone late fcW.f.'-ji n We hail another glorious service Ins: night ,a large ami attentive c<>n •i regal Ion ami a very impressive ¡cr- v ice. Uro. MoU'iin preached uikjii "What then shall 1 do with Jesus?" ami ipresseil tho, question upon the 'arts and consciences of each one. At the conclusion quite a number "rose f°r prayer; six canto forward; o professed faith in Ctirlst and ave their lives to God. Three more Joined the churches— twenty-three professions to date. Come out ami help and be helped. Services each day except Saturday at f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES^ SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910. HON R. M. LIVELY VISITS TYLER TO EXAMINE WATER OF TYLER NEWLY ELECTED CONQRES&MAN DR. CLAY'. COI NTN HEALTH OF OF VAN ZANDT COUNTY "« • «NI>S «V.RAL SAM- GREETED BY FRIENDS fLES TO AUSTIN. SPENT OAY IN TYLEI W BACTtRlULDIilST >jL Has R ei«n«d w County Juage W(H| w,„ Sxamma- Van ¿ana* Count> to itfct .njn— -¿umu s m>h Stack Immediately. •Oi'S. Complete Tabulated Statement of Vote for Smith County H H H •/ u iN \ 71 •1 3, x 0 1 B. b' jh Cfttfn WQ\titetni'i# -s Vaui> COQgr>'«iuaji-«#i<íc<.. EL VI. ' vwiy Tan ZaaUt cvumty, 'va. ■ a ile ¿'.ty yesterday. Mr. Livwiy ia ziu-V' frienite It're who v e r>? iiaá to •>< <:' him and ccmjratuLU'.* him an his suc- cessful oandl.iuey. Mr. Lively jtated :o "je Courier Tim es man thac be imd tendered lus resignation as county judge oí Vin Zandt county, to take effect inrme*;:- atety. and. at the next meeting oí 'Jvi «onunissloners' court it Is unier- stood ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

T SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TI I ■ É A TRUE BOWEL CLEANSER A remedy that purifiei the boweli mildly yet thoroughly, strengthens the bowel channels and promote* regularity. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is an effective system regulator and bowel tonic. Persons of a constipated habit find it to be just what they need to re-establish regular bowel movements and to correct the evil effects of the disorder in the skin and blood. It drives out the impurities that have accumulated in the system. Removes sallowness, bad breath, pimples, skin erup- tions, and restores the ruddy hue of health to the complexion. Oct the Genuine with the Figure "3" in Red on Front Label. Price $1.00 per Bottle. Starley Drug Co., Special Agents SCHEDULE HOG DEMONSTRATION TRAIN-WILL VISIT TYLER SOON Pres. Frazier of State Swine Breeders Association will be Aboard and Deliver Lectures. TYLER CANNING HIPA TO HAS HAD ONE OF THE SUCCETOiKUL RUNS IN TORY OF FACTORY. A COLD tilt schedule for the Leave Camden 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 July 1910

/• . Be ';' psr 15: 1 ITAINS BIG LEAD POINOCXTBR It ABOUT 4000 AHEAD OF JOHNSON—SUBM18- WON 20,000 IN THE LEAD. SUBMISSION MAKES GAIN Two VotM in the Senate, Giving Them a ««ft Two-Third* rri MnJori^y. Dallas, Tex., July 28.—The News' retorne from the democratic primary •lection thta mornlus aooount for 818,844 votes. They seem to juattfy the statement that Lane has won for controller and Harper for judge of the court of criminal appeals. Colquitt's plurality for governor continues to Increase, and it seeme that Poindexter has won second place although the returns at this time give him a lead of only 6000. Davidson, for lieutenant g overnor, tie a lead of 4600, but It is not cer- in that he is the nominee The majority for submission now ■hows 10,253, and it seems evident that In the final returns it will some what exceed 20,000, which was the original estimate of (he News. Yosierday morning the News stated that the return® showed that the 'sub (MffKfontsts would have twenty-one snls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 August 1910

4 —*4 o State Library, \us-tin. Tex** Ifl- 1 Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLKRi TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1910. NUMBER 62 Out 7. Taylor. President R. Bemgfeild, Active Vioe-Pres. T. D. Rjamey, Vice-Prat. J. D. Patterson, Art. Cashier. (feo, 8. McGrhee, Cashier. G. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Oonnally, VloePres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits #350,000.00 : UIMlTEDlSTATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Oonnally. H. B. Marsh. T. B. Barney. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McOhee. Gus F. Taylor. H We Loan Direct to Farmers AU\iv\wwuww m\ui\\wMn«« \w/A THE GOVERNOR IS LICKED BIG MOUNTAINEER JUMPS ON GOV. PATTERSON OF TEiNN. AND POUNDS HIS FACE. NO UUSE IS KNOWN But a Political Feud Is Supposed to Have Been Cause For this Licking. RUSSELL MAY , LEAVE TYLER INTERVIEW GIVEN OUT AT SHER MAN SEEMS TO INDICATE SUCH REMOVAL. The Dallas News o yesterday •says: "Sherman. Tex., July 30.—.Hon. G...

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

MES SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER.TIME8 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1910. í • :í,;- r; áfe Ek SemUeekly Courier-limes The tourler-flmes Pubtishlng Co. Ineorporttmd PA1LY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year S. JL LINDSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor, r. E. RAFFIORTY ..Business Mgr. Class Texas, F Hail Ma tter. of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing in these columns «•rninKfiiny individual, will be cheerfully con cor ! brought to the attention of tho Editor. Something Is Roosevelt silent. In Ohio? keeping Theodore Is It the campaign The democrats of Nebraska run over Win. J. Bryan at (heir state con- vention ia t week, putting liis coun- ty option platform out of business. frontier civilization is still charac- teristic of this state, must be remov- ed. The Texas of today that has a wealth of |2,350,000,000 and is in- creasing lu wealth at Ihe rate of ¿50,000,000 a year must be made ¡¡nown to the re.it of the country, north, south, east and west,...

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

ONE-THIRD OFF Í Regular price on all Men and Boy's Clothing Men and Ladies Low Cut' Shoes, Oxfords and Strap sandais $30.00 Suits now fori $25.00 Suits now for $20.00 Suits now for $15.00 Suits now for $10.00Suits now for $7.50 Suits now for $3.00 Suits now for $20.00 $16.05 $13.35 $10.00 $0,05 $5.00 $2.00 Now is the time to buy Clothing and Shoes RACE RIOT REPORTED AT SLOGUM, ANDERSON CO. One White Man and Several Negroes Reported Killed—Troops Being Hurried to the Scene. ALL SALOONS ORDERED CLOSED IN PALESTINE ..Palestine, Tex., July 30.—2 p. m.— A race riot is threatened at Slocum a country town, southeast of this city, about fifteen miles distant. It seems that the trouble originat- ed "TveT"T"s7ttierms^^ had with a negro. The negro owed a note, it seems, and had refused to pay it, when a row occurred. A white man named E. E. Rains and several negroes are reported killed. A posse of citiens. headed by Capt. Reese Fowler, have gone out from this city, heavily armed, and should re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 August 1910

I SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMCS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1910. t ,y s.N t' I Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ■. A. LINDSBY IC. A. McDOUQAL. .Aaoclati Editor. V. B. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. ■otared at Tyler. Texas, Poatofflce aa Second Class Mall Matter. of publication, 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing In these columns con ••rnlnirany Individual, will be cheerfully cor- Mdted if brought to the attention of the Editor. Cuttheweeds. Gel the liabit; get it today. The second primary will be August 13. held Haul away the rubbish; clean up the trash; drain all stagnant pools, and oil the streams. fl'he Cleburne Enterprise comes out for Poindexter for governor iu 1914. Better write Joe about it first. Let us all hope that Colquitt's song of "Peace, give us peace," will bring capital to Texas, just like he predicts it will do. ¡H. W. Vaughan, well known in this city, was elected! st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 August 1910

r* iY, AUGUST 3, 1910. iWlllUllMI III | . "Once a Year" Clearing Sale Good Pianos. Progress—Great Many are Interested—Large lumbers are Supplying Home and Family With Pianos and (From Monday's Daily.) Ft | Aug. 16th to 20tli, the Jack- soot li district conference of the M. E. i irch will bo held at Bullard. The vograrn la as follows: •t Day— p. in.—Devotional. 15:80 p. m.—Reports of pastors junen on all matters to be re- on. I p. m.—Preaching by Rev. W. nd Day—Morning— i m.—Love-Few t. -Reports of pastors and lay- * iontinued. -Discussion. 1st: Doptrinal _ng, its place and worth us. By James Kilgore, D. D. Jk—2nd: IPastorlal visiting (a) Até Itere difficulties in the way? (to) Can,ley toe overcame? (c) Does it HOT; Lead by R. A. Burroughs, J. W. Km son. 1 -What the preacher costa the cha« and what the preacher la ■woi k to society—Senator J. J. Fai k ti:H—The Stewart. lit His Km Henderson. 2nd. His ilea sad how to meat then. PECAN CROP WILL BE LARGE ing One-third to One-half Price. ...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. ( Continued from Pag* On ?.) WEONeSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1910. B®KS M Hfe August Barains At UPSTATES Toilet Articles. At less than half price. Cannon's Dental Powder, •• Hair Tonic ♦« Japanese Complexion Bloom Florentine Hair Lotion, 44 Favorite Toilet Lotion, u Sachet Powder. All 50c, 75c and 1.00 articles, choice, 19c All Over Laces and Em- broideries at Almost Half Price 400 or 500 yds. of them. Values run from 25c up to $5.00 yard. You get them at about half price, Sc to $2.90 per yd. Lot of Ladies Vests Crocheted in sleeves, 6 for 25c. Ladies Pockets, Pocket- books, Purses and Hand Bags At almost half price. $2.SO «' <( $2.00 " <* $1.50 " M «< U 1.45, 1.25, .95, Cabinet Contains 500cards of Pearl Buttons 4 to 12 buttons to the card, Extra Good Pearl, smallest up to very large size, choice 5c card. Ladies Black Silk Hose 50c pr. Lots and lots of Ladies Muslin Underwear, Gowns, Skirts, Drawers, Chemise, Corset Covers, Princess Slips at very low prices...

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