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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1010 mmssm Our Store is Brimifiuil of Lots and Lots of Highly Seasonable Merchandise ¿ n Dry Goods, Ladies' and Mens' ready-to-wear goods, Hats, Millinery Shoes, etc. Any number of items in the .various lines, values of which you could not duplicate in other- stores at anything like the prices we sell them for. LET US SHOW YOU CO CO oo JÓ 06 L: 11 i ^ .n twitl xc ¡b¿ vk'- \ Ladies Coat Suits, Skirts and Coats. Our swell line of fall Coat Suits, Skirts & Coats is very much under priced. As always, we have managed to provide ourselves with lines on v ii h you can effect a big saving. Ladies New Up-to-date I *7 t-A Coat Suits 10 4>l/.OU swel'garmets $2.90 Í0 $12.50 children's CoaU $1.90 to $7.50 ■HIS.'?. M,sses from 95c to $9.75 ——aa^aa——— Men's and Boy's Suits 6c Pants Men's $5.00 Pants ...! $3.85 Men's $4.00 Pants $2.90 Men's $3.00 Pants $2.50 Men's $2.50 Pants $1.90 Boy's straight Pants knee suits ¡it less thin half their value...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1910

. tí ' % tCMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1910. i READY! Kjufmjn "Prc-Sbraak" Garments We have been busy several weeks receiving the largest stock of goods eves carried by us. All bought before the recent advance. And we are going to give you more real bargains than can be found in other stores. Besidis we always carry good quality, no imitations or shabby goods to be found in our store. Cold weather will be here in a few days and cold weather very soon. Come in right away and make your fall bill ■ with us for dry goods, Ladies suits, Skirts, Cloaks, Ladies hats, Ladies & Childrens under- wear, Outing flannels, Blankets and Comforts. Men's and Boy's Suits the very latest styles, newest patterns. Everything men wear, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Hats, Caps, and Shoes. We give absolutely Free with cash purchases choice of several elegant premiums. SHOES Our store has the reputation of selling the best shoes sold in Tyler. Let us sell you shoes for the whole family. We ...

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

\v. • A! SEMI-WEEKLY C^URIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1910. NEW DIVISIONS AT FAIR. r. a —, - rr - "5?-.rx^r-rMrrvweinu*: i. re/ r: r.t -a % y T />—* & jSK iff •> amf \|x Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx YOU. probably don't give much thought to the way your clothes are made; the kind of surroundings in which the work is done, the care taken in designing the garments, the quality of the fabrics; the chances are you don't think much about these things. Hart Schaffner & Marx stand first among all makers of clothes in all the things which go to the making of best clothes. We know about these points in connection with their goods; and we want you to know, also. You probably haven't called at our store to look. The class of goods we sell are of the very best merchandise on the market, such as Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats,Paragon Pants, Hanan Shoes, and the famous Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, you can't find better lines than these. . Edge Clothing Company Extraordi...

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

fio o •CMI WCKKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1910. I ■ m I . f t • M •"% ENROLIED 160 MUNk-V HAb UfcfcN MAIttt U M>H I IHMAHY. NivmmI ( tu•• i Utl Will Aw-oni |i«ny I Iwiiry Ailmil u< IMll* I"*ii I Hill. Hilulu I I , Kill m'li.ml i • oil II Iiihiiii, t ill nlllttt'lil I SO. • • urn mol in i" t luí oiMrtiil'K yi .tail I* al \v ul« Mtiiii i lor .i «nuil Ilium y Un i'i i mliti'il mill mi hi tin u I In l'i' tmiitiH • I mit t.'. iMhi'i iMitt'i in I' 1" mt* on i1'0' t>ti I'Milai itImItl- IHtlOlwi 'JI, it In'* MU|t|l|<l mill IttllttUtlll llttlttllHlllllltilU In In lui nlvoii In Iim Mt llii'U"' t'liil'. Iim i«>t i>1111M It' l>'tt'tnl I'm Hi'', 'i" y.tll Iim lili' . i I ni.I A Utl'Ktt Ullttlltl t iro l« it t'UI llltllt' tjttllo .1 Ullllll't'l' t'1 Hi" I'l'lll t'tlll' lot i. w ill ¡H niiii|i.iit> Mi Vt I i t>' t!ii' i VtlUtt Ktui • I |l|> " VII 1 itl'IO' 101 ' • 1 ' viillli .o It'ti .'il In luvliuul; >'.tit'.I l'-i • Vvv't' w\'H wutoioil Itvo Uoumv. ...

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

1 + A r. • T \t ■Kii . WX4*Ü State Library. Austin, Texan Semi-Weekly Courier - Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29. !0: 87 COUNTY BOYS C CLUB S TRGPHEY CUP AT DALLAS FAIR The Big Store THE BIG ST ORE-THE LEADING HOUSE The Leading House a; o ft=^\ I i w/s/f/mmMr/Azzsmsssi^^ We are showing a large assortment of Children's Goats in all the latest Styles and Materials. Black Plush Coats and Black Cara- 8Ul Coats at $6.50 Bearskin Coats in white, black, red, navy, brown, Copenhagen at all Prices, beginning at $2.50 1 lot of Children's Coats, odds and ends accumulated during last season. Just the thing for serviceable School wear, worth up to $7.50 Special $2.95 1 lot of smaller Children's Ctats, ages two to five. Solid colors and mixtures. Values up to $5.00 Special $1.95 1 lot of Misses and small Ladies Coats, left over from last season, originally sold up to $25.00. In order to make room for newly arriving Coats, we will place on special Sale at $5.00 LADIES KIMONAS...

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

jÉHHHj HHj SKMt.WCBKCV C0UHIRM-T4MB . SATURDAY. flCTOiW t*. isis. I f&lg$ Sm-leekty Courier-Times BT Tie < ourtor-TiMes Publishing Co. daily Imemrporatud SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year 1. A. LINPSET ... y. A. McDOUGAL. i*. E. RAFKfc'RTT Awdat* BMW. .. BuainMi Mgr. Intend U Trter. Tuxma. _ Pwtoffie* u S*eo«d CUÍa Mail Matter. Ottce of publication, tll-211 North Broadway, Tyler. Texaa. A reflection appearing In these column con •erninx any individual. will be cheerfully cor- rected if brought to the attentkm of the Editor. ARE YOU INTEREST! KID BAND? IN THE munlcate with memlbera of the Thirty- second Legislature and cannot be ob- tained from any other source. The pamphlet* are for free distribution and can be secured on application to the headquarters of the association this city. A farmer in the central portion of Texas this year produced >900 *orth of rotton on twenty-two acres of land on Ove acres of land he produced 300 bushels of cora besides plenty of hay to...

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

V*. • "1 w coorika-timba. «aturoay, octoaer 29. i io. i Never in the history of Flint have the people taken such interest in their School. For several years they have ■maintained the usual interest, but now It is certain that no 'school In tills county has more loyal, interested and liberal patrons than the Flint school. The Mothers' Club has taken hold of the situation and things are hap- pening that seemed Impossible. The fetudents are workiug for their school; the patrons, many of them, are doini; their full duty with the measuVe heap- ed and filled; the trustees always In- terested, are moTe alert than ever. 1 wish that Prof. Orr and Judge H.indsey and all other good citizens of Smith county knew just how much and how well these people here have taken hold of the spirit or progress, /or I am sure it would be gratifying to all. As we are judged by our works, al- low me to state a few of the things «Jone: A fine piano, costing two hun- dred and fifty dollars, has been pur- chased ...

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

riftjpi <*•' MMI-WCCKLY C&URIEA-TIMES. SATURDAY. OCTOBKR 2). 15 10. I fS?: If t K ImB Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The < om1er*Tlaes Publishing Go. DAILY /orotpOTMfi SEMI-WEEKLY hake hard ar.d will stand the fall and winter traffic. To help keep our road¿ in í-ha.) et us have a law taxing narrow tir wa£<*ns—the flt-st year. V* cents: th ~eeond ye~r, $1- the -.hir-l >ear. $1.5". and taeh year after thai ?3. In thu «ay vie - ill get rid of the narrow irt-s on wagons, which destroy dirt :oade. and replace them with wide ti:e . which rttn easier and benefit ihe mads. Grade your roads in the spring: clay ■ — the sar.d beds and saad the clay hill* tomil at Trjtr. m S*emá | ,helr after eacfc rain and ruu _ — — i road i.res on them, and you will have - i .iria^m ?wxJ Ioad£_ u eiSV. timp!e and feasible; all that is needed is system A ÍS?"JSSSEV- ~ !'• will cos: no more "han the p:«en- 4 á ;e- orf : « *.Sfc -• at U* ikuSor. ; ■IJU' ■ nri 1 ]f some om will offer a brtter plan ...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME8 SATURDAY. OCTOBFR ?9. 19if. 1 *> 1 - n xy r> ///AXXxVWVw^V// ^smmss^mm/y^mií^^s^/jmssssíiímfimmmíímsss ^\\\\\víssííí5 READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING Of the Right Quality at Extremely ~ ow Prices at VI .0-/« >• ' • - ;, mmm Fuvtf aarouwj.uir.iffl «y-. 1 ST^I ¡ Ladies Suits Ladies and Childrens Coats Ladies Skirts and Waists Boys and Childrens Overcoats Ladies and Mens Furnishings Dresses, Wrappers and Kimonas Millinerv and Mens Hats mS Ladies and Childrens Shoes Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys Shoes Mens Pants Mens Overcoats OUR SHOWING OF THESE For the fall soason is the best we ever made; variety of styles and the lowness of the prices make it very interesting: to the purchaser. LET US SHOW YOU 0 ENUUI The secretary of the Commercial Club Is in receipt of a large number of Inquiries from citizens living in many states of the union, «.skins about t.he resources of Tyler and Hnnth county. One man from Salem, Ore., who states that he expects to move from t...

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

wmsamm r iSm 11 II J# SEMI-WEEKLY OOUAIIR-TIMEE. SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 2 , 1010. Í i*n I / WE ARE READY! X Kaufman "Pre-Shrunk" Garments We have been busy several weeks receiving the largest stock of goods eves carried by us. All bought before the recent advance. And we are going to give you more real bargains than can be found in other stores. Besidis we always carry good quality, no imitations or shabby goods to be found in our store. Cold weather will be here in a few days and cold weather very soon. Come in right away and make your fall bill with us for dry goods, Ladies suits, Skirts, Cloaks, Ladies hats, Ladies & Childrens under- wear, Outing flannels, Blankets and Comforts. Men's and Boy's Suits tlte very latest styles, newest patterns. Everything men wear, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Hats, Caps, and Shoes. We give absolutely Free with cash purchases choice of several^elegant premiums. SHOES Our store has the reputation of selling the best shoes sold in Tyler. Let us sell you sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 October 1910

. *> • - .i "Wo ® SKMi.WnBNLV COUKISW-TlMBi. «ATURDAY, OClOUM , 1«1«, AT HUI OWE TEACHKR BKING INSUF- FtCENT, ANOTHER WAS ADD- KD TO ASSIST. THE ATTENDANCE IS GOOD About Forty Pupils Enrolled—Misses Minnie Stanley and Maggie Harrison, Teachers. áand Flat school opened October IT. with an enrollment of about forty Misses Minnie Stanley and Maggie Harrison are the teachers, The school meeting Friday before opening day was fine In many respecta Two patrons—'Messrs. Iiitt and Wiley —besides all the trustees and a good number of pupils, were present Those present showed not only by their presence but alio by their talk, that they were interested in school affairs and expected much of their teachers. At that time, they had in- tended beginning with only one teach- er. A list of books required for each grade was written on the board. Mr. Owen spoke a few word's to the meet- ing which showed quite clearly that he means business from start to fiin Ish. Miss Stanley then addressed the meet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 October 1910

8KMIWEKKLY COURIKR-TtMKS. SATUROAV, OCTOBER 29, 1910. f I if I I I £1 Hi §1 n "r m | OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS I XYLANDER CARSON, Editor R. F. D. No. 9 Tyler, Texas • The oditor was especially pleased with the account of tlhc opening of *chool at Baacaui, a published In Wednesday" p*l>er of last -week. Those people are very much alive «¡own there, but they could not too (otherwise where Míanos Taylor and Suiumiers hold tho reigns. A live bat- tery makes a live wire. These young luchos an- the material of which liv«' things are made. The patrons doaerve greut credit for being present at the opening of school and for tho talks made. Hut this la their duty. It stimulates the teacher, plves school pride to tho children and keeps up a live interest, Tho patrons meeting is a great tiling and should be regularly attended. A letter from Miss Pearl Zorn at Ivy says that she is perfectly delight- ed with her new home in "Ivy Land. Hverybody seems to be progressing picely and school work moving on...

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

State Ii.t . r\-. \ -fin Tc\m V I Semii- Weekly Courier -Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, \\ bdnksday, octohkr uuo. vicMa" mo Si4VC MOMCY AtiB YOU HAKE. MOrtCY. YOU tAK BUY CHEAPER MOW. OUR FIRST PRICE REDUCTIONS ALWAYS PAYé OUR CUSTO- MERS BEST^ BECAUSE THEY THEM H^VE THE BESTJPICK OF OUR UrtBROKErt STOCK. BUYEj4RLY JlrtD USE LO/tGER Special values for week commencing Monday i i i ss Mens and Boys j; Sweater Coats. All Styles and Colors, in prices ranging from 50c to $3.50 each. ivil/HII/linM/IHWN.Wm k**, l«V\Sk\V(_ nMin/'imiti///./,?',■un *"' *!/■ /« w\w\vvWvNa^«3 TWO BIG SUIT VALUES $15.00 AND $25.00 We have carefully gone through our big stock of Ladies Suits and have selected from the lot two big specials of about 100 suits for our weeks sale commencing Monday October 31 st. >«iMses!i8m $15.00 50 Ladies Suits for you tn make your selection from. In all colors and sizes. Evey suit a value, this lot for one week. Your choice $25.00 50 Ladies Coat Suits every suit a real valu...

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

¥ t r i * 1 i ( i m Wm m i' Jl ~A m i 1 r¡M •■i MK i:- 15 Si 8EMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOSER 2. 1910. Sdntf-Weekly lourier- Fimes HARVESTING COTTON BY MA CHINERY. BT The f ourter-Times Publishing Co. Incorporate daily semi-weekly Subscription. $1.00 Per Year «. A. LINDbKY .. • r. A. McDOCOAL. K. RAFI i:P.TY Editor. AMoctat* Editor. .. OuslnM* Mgr. at Tyler. Texas. Poatotfioe a Second CUaa Mail Matter. Ottce of publication. 2U-21S North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. A reflect ion appearing in tliene columna con ••minaany individual, will be cheerfully cor- ••eted if brought to the attention of the Ediwr. Smith coiruty will haw ¡jood loads some day. People are s'ow to see tli; advantages of such improvements. Seveial bales ol" long jstai l>.> cotton «old in Clarksville, Tex., within the kist few days for ovt r 2M cents per pound. Tyler needs a "Twenty-Five Thou- sand Club." What do you -a> to or- ganizing one at the uia.-s meetln.- Fri- day night?" Next Trades' I)ay i...

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

. >T RMiiBHHMItÉRIHMBMRit >4 - * • * s 1\- </ SEMI-WEEKLY C0URIEH-TIME8. WBDNESDtAY. OCTOBER 2, 1910. "MEMORY." As sung by AL. H. WILSON in his new play é« When Old New YorK Was DutcH. •. Words by SIDNEY R. ELLIS. Modornto. Music by AL H. WILSON. 9 í -s- A ; :* • sh-^ir 3 => * * ^ / * ; g. m 1 • m • * * • * « 1. With - in our mor. tul world of self a mys-ter • y there dwells, feA wondrous sense that treasure* up t!* Ü. When-e'er our )deus.ures feel the pang of sor-row's cru - el thorn. And joys are lo>t for ev • er from th<> 38 't* ?« -jr past; It's a stor • a^e fur ex - pe • ri - ence where joy nr sor - row wells. And t-ight; They'll dawn a - gain in mem - o - ry as sun • shine gilds the morn. He - r-y-fE • m—* m— *-t~ -z* - — - s «—« ,-m Si- metn • 'ry is the key that holds it fast, veal - ing there past mo ■ ments of do - light. ■ -j—jEfer"-g There in pc a e - ful har • mon - y rules Then store all lleet - in y hap • pi - ness se ÍE gen • tie love su • preme....

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

Is ® Q <. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER«TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1910. ü* J Winter Weather K Demands warm Clothing,- Underwear and Shoes H: I.¿Í4. f.; ~' í M !f|' j F ■ & í . iff JJ 6K Í'*! , ÍR'I ' i 1 ¿wií, |,i§ i í' ' • Xft F f TO ll // & Toa will find any garment you need here In both medium and heavy weights. Give us a look when you come to Tyler. Our small prices will tempt you to buy. "Get on the Inside*' of one of those high-class suits made by the best tailors and sold only by us. Made to fit both your form and pocketbook. • • 1 * Men's Suits from Boys' Suits from $4.95 to 25.00 $1.50 to 10.00 Millinery and Ladies Ready-to-wear suits, skirts, cloaks and underwear Just received a beautiful assortment of trimmed Hats, all the new styles from 95c up to $10.00 worth double the price. Ladies tailored suits from $6.95 up. Just opened this week a nice line of ladies' skirts and wraps in all the new styles, colors and ma- terials, $1.00 up to $10.00. Tailored shirt waists, reg...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1910. w i ;. tf'" v . * * READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING Of the Right Quality Low Prices at UP, Extremely Ladies Suits Misses and Childrens Coats Ladies Skirts and Waists Boys and Childrens Overcoats Ladies and Mens Furnishings Dresses, Wrappers and Kimonas Millinery and Mens Hats Ladies and Childrens Shoes Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys Shoes Mens Pants Mens Overcoats OUR SHOWING OF THESE For the fall soason is the best we ever made; variety of styles and the lowness of the prices make it very interesting to the purchaser. LET US SHOW YOU Get It At And See What You Save HNS WANT OF TIE COTTON BELT The Nacogdoches Sentinel Hays: "Messrs. W. T. Wilson and Robert láadsey will go f> Tyler some day during the oomlng week to look Into the Cotton Belt pro position for this city, and (jo ascertain jukt Whether we can get the system Into Nacog- doches or not. It is believed among the business men of the city that tho railroad will come here If ...

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

fc|ISfk|9 «pH rv 6, ! O i"1 . ■ 15 il í#i if ¡he* SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1010. "Alum ta food mutt therefore act m • poison." —Prof. Johnson, Yak University. Read the label. Buy no baking powder unleea the Cream of Tartar guarantee la given. DrJUICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER A straight, honest, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. Made from Grapes. Makes better, more healthful food. Sold without dooeptlonm For Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. For Tax Collector: HARVEY H. HODGES. For County Treasurer: W. H. OHITWiOOD. For County Surveyor: D. M. EDWARDS. for Justice Peace, Prec. 3, Place 1: D. Y. GAINES. For Justice Peace, Prec. 8, Placed: S. C. HALVERSON. For Constable, Prec. 3: J. J. LONG. her of Texarkana Camp No. 19. Will unveil twenty monument at Fort Worth next Sunday. Woodcraft goes marching on. "MORRIS SHEPPARD." Mr. Sheppard is expected to return to Texarkana the latter part of the week and following the unveiling at Fort Worth will begin a speech-mak- ing campai...

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

4*.. */: ■v iHHHIIMMMMl "«1 8EMI.WBEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1910. §¡m¿BS8ít ling Uic Siomaclis andBowcis it Infants ^Chii.dhkv Promotes D i ^t s Hon £hecrful- ncss and Rest.CoiUains neither Opium.Morphine norMiocral, Not Narcotic. Sty Jtecye ofO/JDrXiMlIZmcWl ) flimfih.} Seed" jtlx.Scnau * JMiellcUts- MseSeeii * fiwtwmt - Jtt luil'iMliS'Jn+ ]\im Sivd • Clatilml Sugar • ylintutpcai fiuw. Aperfnci Remedy for Constipa- l ion. Sour Stoiiiach.Dlarrhoea Worms ,1'onvulsions.Fevcrisli- ness and Loss of Sleep. Fac Simile Signature of NEW YOHK. mm JorlnfentiandChüdr^ The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of j Atb months old jj Doses-jjCents Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Ose Far Over Thirty Years THC eiNTAUn tOMMNV, NCW YORK city. HOUSTON N0V15-16 TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS WILL MEET IM SECOND AN- NUAL CONVENTION. east texas committeemen Brack, One of The Committeemen From Third Congressional Otttrict. TO TAKE BIT TO , ILL IMMIGRATION AG K NTS WILL GATHER EAST TEXAS E...

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

II 1 - ; !# MM ¡' 1 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••%•••<••••••••••••••••• C. D. Corbin -• • Will pay highest prices for produce of all kinds and sell gro- J cenes at the lowest possible prices. See Me C. D.CORBIN First grocery store on West Erwin Street opposite Goldstein & Brown. ID * BIG MEETING (From Mister'* DtOr) Palestine District Chris-ian En- deavor con\ention, which closed last right at the Christian church, was a tuoces.- in the best sense of the word. Although the number of delegates was not o large as expected. Chris- tian Endeavor interest and enthu- siasm was all that could bt desired. The punted program, as carried out. presented the wprk in its different aspects, from local to international. Ttie Texas field secretary, Miss Ty- ler Wilkinson, heid the closest at- tention of the large audience, last night, in speaking of world-wide En- deavor, with Its 72,000 societies and 4,000,000 members, with the increase campaign, lbr 1,000,000 new members to be secured be...

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