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

• o . > ' '> 9^« o «!'■ ki *" A v State Library, Austin. Tovm Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, saturday, september 3, 1910. NUMBER 71. COI TO TYLER'S GREAT UNI CEU, MY, SEPTEMBER 5TH !l -1— 1 The Big Store The Leading House 5 Aa0i &L&hmidfc1 "HE BIG ST") RE-THE LEADING HOUSE Half Price Sale Begmqiag Saturday Morning we place our entire stock of this season's Lingerie ON SPECIAL SALE AT OF THEIR FORMER PRICE Dresses worth $5.95 will ¿o at $2.95 Dresses worth $8.95 at $4.45 Dresses worth $ 12.50 at $6.25 Drebses worth $17.50 at $8.75 Dresses worth $22 50 at $11.25 Dresses worth $30.00 at $15.00 Some dresses that have been slightly soiled through handling, will be sold at even less lhan half price. Ladies Skirts We have arranged a rack of Ladies' Walking skirts, odds and ends, including values up to $15.00 to be closed out at the extraordinary low price of $7.95 Gingham Dresses About 50 Gingham dresses, for Misses and small ladies, mostly sizes 14 an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 September 1910

Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Inoorportttd daily semi-weekly Subscription. $1.00 Per Year • A. H. A. McDOUOAL. .A«wcUfc F B. RAFFBRTT ..Burtiw MT ■n tared * Ty& TV .., PoatofBce u Second Mail Matter. Dffloeof publication, 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Tens. A reflection appearing in theae columna con earning any Individual, will be cheerfully cor- «•eted if brought to the attention of the Editor. 16 TO 1—NIT. Texas lias sixteen congressmen, all of whom are democrats. To hear them tell of their deeds of heroic pa- triotism to their respective constitu- encies one would think each of these a veritable giant in the defense of democracy and' the rights of the .people at Washington. But when the state convention meets, the voice of not one of them is heard. A party platform Jumper who votes with the republicans and dispenses republican patronage in Texas runs the convention and puts through a platform which endorses: his own position and opposed that...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 September 1910

'8A.tuíumv, SBPTEMBBR 3, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURtER-TINtBS Some Notes About East Texas * Fair October 6, 7, 8 j • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • The manager of the East Texas Fair has opened his office in the Commercial Club rooms. His phone number is 120—the phone of the Commercial Club. • • Work has begun on the classifica- tion of enti'ies and the same will be ready for publication within a few • • Committee Work. The fair must be the work of co- operative efforts on the part of th« several committees already appoint- ed and yet to be appointed. Those who are on these committees will of necessity be called upon to make some sacrifices of their time to per- form properly the work assigned them. But tiiese sacrifices will be as nothing compared to the great and general good to be derived from holding a successful, typical Bast Texas Pair. One thing that ought from the very start to be Impressed upon the re- spective committeemen of our city is the great Importance of each com- mittee...

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

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1*10. SemHeekly Courier-Times BT the Courier-Times Publishing Co. |ly Roosevelt he would be a democr He la ono now, but doesn't know U. Sakscri tioD. $1.00 Per Year «L A. LXNDSBT WL A. lfoOOUOAJU. .Associate Kdltar. W. K. RAFFCRTT ..Business Mgr. rtT&2Snu%r0,M8~0"d of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing In these column! con —inlhrfany individual, will be cheerfully cor- «•etedifbrouvht to the attention of the Editor. The interests have gotten as near ly In the saddle In Texas as tliey will I some much needed rural toll lines In TELEPHONE GROWTH IN SMITH COUNTY. Alter obtaining a*c<áiviínliLie £nd becoming uaed to its benefit we are prone to forget the advantage how ever excellent. Not many years ago the only telephone facilities in Smith county were toll stations at Llndale, Swan, Bullard, Troup and1 Omen, and an exchange of albout 200 subscribers at Tyler. In 1902 ®. A. Iindsey, as- sisted by A. P. Moore, Louis Lip...

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

8ATUROAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES Make our Your Trading Place Glad to do all in our power to please and satisfy yqu Have you one of our Premium stamp books 10c purchase gets you a stamp, 50 stamps to the page, premiums cost one cent or more. Get it at And see what you save Getting Ready For Have you one of our $5.00 stamp books, 20 pages to the book, fill the book, bring it to us and get $5.00 cash. Your continuous steady trade is easily worth this expense to us Fall ! Early Fall finds us better equipped than ever for filling your dry goods, shoe and clothing wants. We could fill several pages with leading bargains, that wejhave at low and special prices. They are in our store, thick and many. We can only mention just a few in this space. Make yourself at home in our store. Let our sales force show you through, never mind the trouble to us, that is what we are here for. Now is a good time to get your Ginghams, Percales and Prints for school dresses. Big variety ...

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

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1910. OLD UHRK GOES UP III SMOKE T Grinnan Homestead on North Broad way Burned This Afternoon- Caught from Defective Flue (From Tuesday's Dally) girls, together with several other Dbout 2:10 this afternoon Are from trunks were left in the burning build- <l defective flue started In the loft of Inf. the old Grinnan house on North Broadway and in a few minutes the ■whole roof of the house was in mass of flames. Made Quick Run. The fire department made a quick run and in less than five minutes had two atreaims of water playing on the building. A few minutes later, an Other stream was brought into play and was turned on the grass which had begun to burn on the Pinkerton cotton yard. Several bales of cotton near by were rolled out of the way and wet sufficiently to prevent burn- ing. Furniture Saved. In the meantime, people rushed into the burning building and remov- ed a large quantity of furniture from all parts of the house. Several trunks belonging to school...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 September 1910

T-y «ATUnOAf, SEPTEMBER 3, 1010. 8EMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIM Eft. J. R. HERRING CONTRIBUTED IN- TERESTING RELIC TO TRADES DAY DISPLAY SATURDAY. OVER 30 YEARS' USE On Vacation. "Has your daughter that went away recuperated auy?" "Recuperated enough to send home a trunk of soiled finery for her moth- er to wash." Lalbor statistics complied by E;l- ard V. Drake, átate labor commis- sioner, and J. W, Vandieventer, state statistician, show that there are 150,000 laborers employed in Colora- do. This is the first compilation of that kind ever made in the history of the state . OLD FASHIONED PATTERN CAP AND BALL STYLE. OF Accompanying Gun Was Old Fash ioned Powder Flask and Horn Made Over 60 Years Ago. One of the many interesting ex- hibits Trades Day, Saturday, was an old style sihotgun. It is the property of J R. Hearing, an old Confederate soldier, who lives in North Tyler. The gun is of the cap and 'ball pat- tern. It is a No. 10 -bore and has u 38-inch barrel Mr. Herring stated to the Cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 September 1910

THE «RM1-WFEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, ftEPTEMBEiR 3, 1910. fS; ■ ! i m 1 ' i ■ w MIESIQIB. TO COMMITTEEMEN MANAGER OF EAST TEXAS FAIR BEGINS WORK TO GET EN- TERPRISE STARTED. THEIR WORK IS OUTLINED ALL BRANCHES OF FARMING AND LIVESTOCK BE REPRESENTED Never Has Been a More Favorable Time For the. Promotion of East Texas Fair—Hearty Cooper- . at'on is Desired. Manager Edwards of the Bast Texas Fair has sent out copies of the following letter to fair committee- men: Tyler, Tex., Sept. 1, 1910. Dear Sir:— (Smith county has set her face to- ward holding a typical Bast Texas Fair; a fair that wil! show to our ¡people the wonderful progress that has been made in farming, fruit-grow- ing, trucking, livestock, poultry, a fair that will enable'us, at a gianca, to view the marvelous advances that have been made in these lines with in the .past few years, and to sec what we possess in natural resources of forest, mineral and soil; a fail that will show what wé are doini; along lines of indus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 September 1910

+ n Y.thr*rv, \u«fln Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910 NUMBER 73. ii died as result of injuries caused moil 0 y *:> i The Big Store The Leading House News from our Ready-to-wear Dept. First Glimpse of the New Fall Wearing Apparel i ' The first advance showing of the new styles of Ladies garments for Fall and Winter 1910-11 will take place Monday. Although somewhat early in the season, we are already now in a position to show you the styles, colors, and materials that will prevail during> the coming season. The latest in Dresses for street, reception, dance and evening wear will be on dis- play. We are showing a very extensive line of Ladies and Misses Coat Suits for the coming season, in all the latest weaves and styles. If in need or even only interested in a new tailored Street Hat for early Fall Wear, come and look over the newest styles, they are on display. Children Gingham School Dresses After having been so very successf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 September 1910

if i w im I i i ii < 1 i "We sell every bill so that we can look a man in the eye and ask him to buy again. That s the Way We are Building Up Our Business EXHIBITORS GETTING READY TO TO THE EAST TEXAS El Longview Plow Company And Bullard Lace Factory Will Be On Hand With Elaborate Exhibits DAILROADS TO GET IMMIGRANT EXCURSIONS FOR OCCASION •Northern Home-seekers For the Fair. Fair headquarters took up with the immigration agents of the Cotton Belt and I. & G. N. railroads the mat- ter of getting a bunch of northern bome-seekers and investors to visit the fair. The following extract from the reply of Guy L. Stewart of the Cotton Belt show how he stands in the matter. The letter received from ' Mr. Claridge of the I. & G. N. is equally as favorable. The probabil- ities are that Tyler will foe visited by a number from the North, especially In view of the fact that they may take advantage of the first Tuesday 'excursion on Oct. 4, which will per- mit them to get Into Tyler ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 September 1910

6 ATURDA Y, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910 SEMI-WEEKLN COURIER-TIMES I «•!> I LABOR DAY III TYLER WAS A NOTABLEEVENTINCITY'SHISTORY Cotton Belt and I. & G. N. Excursion Trains Brought Big) Crowds To The City, While Many More Came From The Country ITELLS HUT 1 FILIPINOS w. F. RODDY OF Ü. S. CUSTOM'# SERVICE VISITING IN THE CITY. i WIS IT IMF DAY WAS HAS BEEN IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR TWELVE YEARS. The second annual Labor Day cele- bration, under the auspices of Tylar Trades and Jjalbor Assembly, and Orchard Camp, No. 72, W. O. W., has passed into history. It was the most auspicious event in every particular. The crowd is estimated at from three to five thousand. All Incoming trains were crowded and there was a con- stant stream of wagons pouring into the city from early in the morning till afternoon. The weather was very propitious, a stiff, south breeze blow- ing nearly all day, which relieved much of the depressing weather which has prevailed the last week or so. Formed on Time. Promptly a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 September 1910

•EMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910 1 ft [ I I - It í# n" I! ii Semi-Weekly Courier-1 Hnes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorportttd SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ft. A. LINP6HT ... M. A. McDOUOALi. V. K. JUPWRTT Aaaoelafes WH«. .. Buffln«i Mgr. •* ^S3riuIS5Sf<'M of publication. 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Trna. A inflection uMiIni ta thaie column* wratÍMMnr individual, will be cheerful W eeotedu brought to the attention at the Bdl columna eon cor- litor. October 6, 7 and 8 are going to be great days in the history of Bast Tex- as progress. From now on every booster in Smith and adjoining coun- ties must work for the success of the fair. The benefit to aocru'e will be worth all tihe undertaking miay oast ten times over. The ono great consideration in pulling oft the ftrst Hast Texas fair is that every man do his duty. No one who gets his meat and bread from Tyler can afford not to help the prop oslton both with hie time and his money...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

© • a Btate Library, Austin, TexM. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, WEDN'E&bÁV, síe'PtEMBER 14, 1910 • • n NUMBER 74. BECINTO GET READY FOR NEXT TRADES DAY, S IOC [OE LeGrand, McDonald, Carlton Go's «* School Time is Here It is very important to have your children properly dressed for school. We have the right kind of Chil- dren's wearing apparel at the right price. "^STRUCK IN EYE Buster Brown School Shoes for Boys and Girls School shoes for Boys and Girls It is not necessary for us to tell you what they are as they are known to be the best school shoes for boys and girls made. We have them in all styles at prices from 1.50 to 2.50 New Ginghams and Mad- ras for Boys and Girls waists and dresses Beautiful assortment of fall patterns in dress Ginghams. Specially priced Boys School Suits 10c 100 pieces Toil De Voil and Red seal Ging- Our new line of Boys Knickerboker Suits hams in all the latest plaids and checks 12 l-2c ready for your selection. at per yard ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

ií#™-. ' *' n SEMI-WEEKLY C^UWIBR-TÍME8. WEONEEOAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910 it some of them at least will Tyler Setrf-feekly Courier-limes some day be proud to relate that they BT The Courier-Times Publishing Go •DAILY Inooiporétmd SEMI-WECKLY Subscription. $1.80 Per Yea J... A WNP8BY ... McDOUGAL. RAKFUÍVTY . BuatnMM Mar. «oU*d . Poatofflce u Second Office of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Texaa. A. reflection appearing In theae columna con aernlmt any individual, will be cheerfully cor- ncteju brought to the attention of the Editor. m i.i i mm An Indiana mule kicked a motor cycle and cyclist across the road the other day. Some mules seem almost human. The estate of Grover Cleveland has finally been wound up. It is valued at $32,576. The Labor Unions of Palestine have presented Gov. Campbell with loving cup. Gov. Campbell Is a friend to labor and the tribute was a just and merited one. A TWO STEP IN DEVELOPMENT, We trust the people of Tyler and Smith county will give carefu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910 SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. TEXAS STATE FMR BEGINSJGTOBER IS Great Preparations Being Made For Twenty-Fifth Meeting. SUPERB •"3m?£MENTS. Coliseum, Industrial Arts Building, Kennel and Dairy Structures Among Those Erected This Year. Dallas, Texas.—In making its twenty-fifth annual bow to the citi- zenry of the Southwest the manage- ment of the State Fair of Texas take* pride in the announcement that for the exposition of 1910, which begins Octo- ber 15 and continues sixteen days, greater preparations are being made than for any previous meeting. It is a herculean task—that of pre- paring for each annual event of the State Fair of Texas. Not only do President E. J. Kiest and his directors contribute their time and effort gratis for the benefit of the institution, but they do not hesitate to spend money out of their own pockets for its suc- cess. Why? Because they realize that the State Fair of Texas now ranks at the head of institutions of its kind in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910 fi if f u t Í y Vi I • BULLETIN FOR 1 USE OF FARMERS For the benefit of the farmers the Commercial Club has received from the department of agriculture at Washington the following farm bul letlns. These bulletins will be kept on file In the club rooms and the .sec retary will be glad to show them to anyone who daslres information on any of the subjects. Where farmers want a copy of these bulletins they •will be ordered for them on request The production of good corn peed The farmers interest in go^d seed A successful hog and seed corn farm. Marketing farm products. The germination of seed corn, pea nut3. Culture and uses, soy beans, silos and silage saccharine sorghums for forage, alfalfa seed, beans, peas, and other legumes asyfood. ' Management of soils to conserve moisture. Principles of nutrition and nytri tive value of food. Butter making on the farm. Meat on the farm. Home manufacture and use of un fermented grape juice....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910 •V#. V¿ * Make Store Your Trading Glad to do all in our power to please and satisfy you Have you one of our Premium stamp books 10c purchase gets you a stamp, 50 stamps to the page, premiums cost one cent or more. Get it at And see what you save Getting Ready For Have you one of our $5.00 stamp books, 20 pages to the book, fill the book, bring it to us and get $5.00 cash. Your continuous steady trade is easily worth this expense to us Fall ! . 44 % '« < 7 no 4 Early Fall finds us better equipped than ever for filling your dry goods, shoe and clothing wants. We could fill several pagres with leading bargains, that we have at low and special prices. They are in our store, thick and many. We can only mention just a few in this space. Make yourself at home in our store. Let our sales force sh jw you through, never mind the trouble to us, that is what we are here for. Now is a good time to get your Ginghams, Percales and Prints for school dresses. Big. va...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

THE B&MI-WgBKLV COUR1ERTHIB8. WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 14, 1910 .. f'-ü MONEY 132 MS OLD ISSUED BY CONTINENTAL CON GRES8 IN PHILADELPHIA, IN 1778. PROPtRTY OF MISSISPPIANS Tom Lyon, Aged 76 Year*, Who la Guest of Relatives In Lindale Community. County Commissioner Mallory was !n the city a day or two airo and ex- hibited to the Courier-Times man a piece of currency rssued by the Continental Congress. He presented the same to the bank here to be cashed, but they stated that it would have to he sent to the sub-treasurv at New York City to determine the value of same. The currency is about 3x3 1-2 inch- es in •size and the thickness of light weight cardboard. It is yellow with age but is remarkably well preserved. It is 132 years old. Wording on the bills is as follows. "This bill entitles the hearer to re- ceive forty Spanish mined dollars or the value thereof in gold or silver, ac- cording to a resolution passed by Congress at Philadelphia. September 26, 1778." Around the edges is pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

0 WEONS8DAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910 SEMI-WEEKLY COUR(ER.TIME8. ROBERT TURNER HIES INTERESTING LETTER FROM HONG KONG, CHINA If I' ft"!* ría* Former Tyler Boy, Now Assistant Chaplain on ü. S. Cruiser Milwaukee, Tells Of His Experi- ences Among the Celestials IS NEPHEW OF MRS, CLAYTON HAMILTON OF THIS CITY Mr®. Clayton Hamilton la in re celpt of the followlug letter from her nephew, Robert L. Turner, who is serving as assistant chaplain on the United 'States cruiser Milwaukee, which is now touring the world. The vessel was fit Hong Kong, China, when the letter was/ written. Mr. Turner for many years resid- ed in this city, being employed by the Upstate Dry Goods Company. Later he went to school at Baylor Univer- sity at Waco, graduating some eight- een, months ago. He worked his way through school, and prepared himself for the Baptist ministry. Desiring to make a tour of the world before en- tering actively into the work, he se- cured a place as assistant chaplain in the navy and entered t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 September 1910

E• ■ ;l:w^ 7 V ; :: v. • • THE M.MI-WKEKLY OOUR1GR TIMBS. wednesday, september 14, 1910 AT FLINT WAS SCLECED AS NEXT PLACE OF MEETING, JN SPRING OF 1911. A Bl&vCROWD WAS PRESENT H, S. Howard of Tyler, Elected Pres- ident, and Wrn. Goodman of Tyler Secretary. The fimlth County 'Singing Con- vention anet 'Saturday at Bascom, 7 miles southeast of Tyler, and con- tinued In session throughout that day and yesterday, when adjourn- ment was had. The attendance was the largest in the history of the association in some time. Dinner was served on the grounds Saturday and Sunday and the treat- ment accorded the delegates was of that cordial character that character- izes the good people of Bascom and community. The singing was superb, and prob- ably has never been excelled in Smith county by this corf%ntiou. Prof. Arthur D. Seeburn, of Waco was present and delighted the vast assembly with several solos. Flint was selected as the next meeting place and the time the second* Saturday and Sund...

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