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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 November 1910

wrm f V State Library, Au.tfln, Te\*# **■ V¡ m W'P Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1910. s 1_ 89 £ The Big Store The Leading House «/%^ ¿k&hmidt^ THE BIG ST ORE-THE LEADING HOUSE F U R S f ) F U R S Special this week, 11-4 Plaid Blankets, fuU_size, worth $3.50, Special • • COMFORTS Frrm 1.00 to 10.00. For this week we are offering two specials... $1.95 and Full sile Silkaline cover padded with pure cotton Zephyr tucked.. Special ; Full size and extra heavy Padded with white cotton worth $3.50. Special 2.95 1.96 2.95 Ladies and Chiidrens Sweaters Ghildrens Sweaters from 50c to $3.50 Ladies Sweaters from $1.95 to $12.50 All goods bought Monday will be charged on next month's account MAYER & SCHMIDT Your special attention is called for the coming week tí our wonderful assortment of Furs in our ladies' ready-to-wear department. We have never shown such a beautiful line of Fur Sets as well as individual pieces as this season. Belgian H...

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

• ' SKMI-WBKKLY COURIER-T1MH8. SATURDAY, NOVCMftER 5, 1910. I ■ f v- it f i \ H 's I' t ' I IJ If f * Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The (ouricr- fknes Publishing Co. BAILY Incorporstad SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year I. A. LINDSEY ... P. A. McDOUOAL. .. B. RAFFERTY Associate BdlCor. .. BualnMi H«r. fintered at Tyler, Texas, Poetofflce aa Second Ctaaa Mail Matter. OOice of publication. 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Texaa. A reflection appearing In the* columna eon earning any individual., will be cheerfully cor- ea¿ted if brought to the attention of the Editor. Xf u~UU~ij~iOnrr^i . . a a aaaaa The attendance at the Dalias Fair just closed Is estimated to be the larg- est in the history of the fair associa- tion, exceeding one million. üacon is 30 cents a pound. Hogs art- scarce in Smith county. livery farmer should begin now to double Tiis hog yield next year over this year. jurlous to everybody, children and grown ptople alike, tío that plenty of opportunity for healthful p...

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

Cn~> tu «rao® tí I B Winter Weather Demands «warm Clothing, Underwear and Shoes You 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. Men's Suits from Boys' Suits from $4.95 to 25.00 f 1.50 to 1000 si ?v\\ 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 ladits' skirts and wraps in all the new styles, colors and ma- terials, $1.00 up to $10.00. Tdi ored shirt waists regular $1.50 quality, special 98c. Our Underwear for ladies and children is cheaper than other stores can sell you, we bought early direct from the knitting mill . We a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 November 1910

<?.ra y' fgE. . *5#v « i ák 1 :¡ *% Hh ' a ' 1 W\ > j|3G r i I 11 Mi ■ BKMKWKIKLY tiBURNM-TIMU. iATUROAY, NOVKKMI 2Ü 1*10. Semi-Weekly Courier-íimes BT The < ouríer-TImes Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI "WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year •. A. L1NPSEY > . A. McDOUOAL.. . Amoclaba Bdttor. . E. RAFFERTT . .Bustnaw Mgr. Catered at Tyler. Tuxaa. Poetofllce u Second Claaa Mail Matter. Mice of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing in these columna con earning any individual.. will be cheerfully cor- tMted if brought to the attention of the Editor. GUESSING AT POLITICS. We have not been "up north" nor ""Ut east" recently, and have mo knowledge at first hand of conditions of the public mind lu thot, > sections. But we think we are .-atV In assum- ing that (he candidates are digging as closely to the popular mind a* they aie able to gue¡*¡. Taking what Un. politicians and candidates are .saying s.« a guide, we presiini. the \oteiv a...

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

\ 6EMI-WEEKLY 66UftlEft.TlME8. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER S. 1910. READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING Of the Right Quality at Extremely Low Prices at Ladies Suits Misses and Childrens Coats Ladies Skirts and Waists Boys and Childrens Overcoats Ladies and Mens Furnishings Dresses, Wrapper sand Kimonas Millinery and Mens Hats Ladies and Childrens Shoes Mens and Boys Suits * Mens and Boys Shoes Mens Pahts 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 HENRY HER WILL TERRACE ¡FARMS IN and is known from one end of the system to the other.,,has two son3 —one an engineer and another a rail- way postal clerk. A daughter, Mrs. lloraco Barron, resides in Commerce. Friends of this old veteran of the throttle pray for his early rccoverv, and trust he may be spared for many more years. The Courier-Times yesterday wan •landed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 November 1910

• " 5 r 1 i 8;1 \ ! ÍÉ Swan, Tex., Oct. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Powell ami «laughter, EJdiith, took in the sights at the fair. Mrs. W. G. Brown spent Friday with tier daughter at Tyler. Mrs. J. W. Morris spent Friday at Tyler with her Ulster. Mrs. Morgan Ratliff ot Palestint Fpent Sunday and Monday with her parents. Mr. and Mns. Henry Marsh spent Sunday in our city the guest sof Mr. end Mrs. Mfoberts. Mrs. Tom Swann and daughter vis- ited in Tyler this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ratpti McBride of Tioup visited his parents here thu week. Miss May Roberts of Palestine vis- ited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hill spent Saturday st Tyler. Mr. Tom &wann has begun grading end making ready the ground for the new ¡brick stores. Mr. Frank Smyre of Pint* Springs has ipurchiiKOd a lot from Mr. Hill and •Will erect a dwelling on same. We welcome Mir. and Mrs. Smyre to our little city. BRBAXft UP A COLO IN SEVERAL HOURS. An Effective Way to Cure e Bed Cold And End Grippe Mlxery. There u not one...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 November 1910

1 SEMI-WEEKLY COURIKR-TIM HB. IN BANDANNA LAN' rrom WILLIAMS & WALKER'S Musical Success 44IN BANDANNA LAND" Words by "MORD" ALLEN Tempo di Mareui. Music by WILL MARION COOK 1. Sleep yer fill en git up eat • in' at yer ease laz • y 2. Dis hyeah Ian' wuz built fer dark • ies— it's plain. ■ ■ fer to :??51 rhen • ma • tiz, en hits race, no —r,?—r Sea • sons al • ways brm-y Ap' • rul en dut's . all dey Ma • ry res'. less white man won • der • in' whar.... is his A U JJ """ ao * —* i,:—t gflgflFf ao mm is, Ev . er thinir-'ll suit yer so, Pat's a - bout all yer'll want to know. It's all at yo' com • place. Noth-in'tall but darkies an'. Trou-ble ne'er will trou • ble de Ian',.. Hon-ev yo' bet • ter l-Jr—j 1 ■ 1-f I "B. I Hü- -L I J II _l J* ease, see, Juic - y rae • coons wait-in' up.... in de trees. . 'sim - inon trees, Built to show jes' how con - tent - ed er poor "shine'' kin be. to mm rnmrnrnmrn Í-J rj '—¡ rj rJ3bs=t=i Chorus. I PH " Is; i Is r H inaml. down in lian - dan - na hail...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 November 1910

gnu Mq| 8BMI WCEKLY CÓÜRIEFMNME#. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1*10. r-—T*-~ V [V i I !■ 1 i'1 l'f ai 5 I"''? iáf— I Ft Following is a Copy of the Official Ballot, Tyler Precincts No. 1 and 2, to be Voted on Tuesday, Not. 8th OFFICIAL BALLOT Democratic Party Tor Governor: O. B. COLQUITT. Tor Lieutenant-Governor: A. B. DAVIDSON. (For Comptroller of Public Accounts: , W. P. LANE. For State Treasurer: SAM SPARKjS. For Commissioner of the Genera] Lahd Office: J. r. ROBISON. For Attoruey General: JEWELL P. LIOHTFOOT. For State Superintendent of Public Instruction: F. M. BiRALLEY. tFor Commissioner of Agriculture: Ed. R. RONE. 4 For Raiiroad Commissioner (full term): ALLISON MAYFIELD. For Railroad Commissioner 'unexpir- ed term): W. D. WILLIAMS. For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court: T. J. BiROWN. For Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals: A. J. HARPER. For Chief Justice Ooutt of Civil Ap- peals First Supreme Jud. Dist: For Associate Justice of the Court of Civil Appeals, Sixth Sup. Jud. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

® ® State IJbmrv, Austin. T<'\ * o M ■ Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUMK XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1910. ■>x No. 90. SCHOOL WILL BE ENTKRTAIN10D BY THE HEBRON SCHOOL, NOVEMBER 24TH. On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24, the Hebron .'cliool will entertain the Liberty Hill school as a guest of honor. A nice program of recitations, quotations and music wiil be rendered, but an old-time spelling contest botween Hebron school o:i ona side and Liberty Hill on the other will be the mast interesting feature of the day's exercises. The Hebron school patrons aiv earnestly requested to come, bring din- ner and make the day one of pleasure Co the children. l^et us oat our Thanksgiving turkey on the Hebron school grounds anil be thankful that we live in a land of good schools, good books and good people. (MISS) MAUDE WH1TAKEJR, Teacher. With reference to the above the teachers, pupils and patrons of the Liberty Hill school wish to say that the kind invitation given b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

I ii Í Ir. >t ■ H?4hEF' I' p ' , I «■ ift ¿r Mi -.y \ * ' It F Í r ! f Jr A£ HfTO f I V V \ v\ r r .2 . " m i *}ki 5^/'- U'^ SEMI-WEEKLY COUIIIER-TIMEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The f ourler-Tiires Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year «. A. LINDSBY ... V. A McDOUGAli. V. K. RAFKEBTY .Bufiow Mgr. CnUrad It Tytor. Texaa. Po toffiee u Second Claaa Mail Matter. Ofttee of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing in these columns con cernina any indi vidual,, will be cheerfully cor- reeted if brought to the attention of the Editor. It is not t<4> early to pay your poll tax. Do It. now and ad'vold thu rush. Denison has a side walk spitting ordinance, and the city marshall is arresting violators of the law. It lo k.s like Texas will have a gain of five dr ix congressmen when the census is coufhted. The gi/dad ol i state jusl. keeps on growing. There are over 260,000 acres of land...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

(f> G& «KMI-WCSKLV OOUfllCA-TIMU. «ATUHOAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1910. ■A i m I Winter Weather Demands «warm Clothing, Underwear and Shoes You will find any garment you need here in both medium and heavy weights. Give us a look when you come to Tyler. Cur 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. 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 $0.95 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. Tdi«orzd shirt waists, regular $1.50 quality, special 98c. Our Underwear for ladies and children is cheaper than other stores can sell > ou, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

'M. •mm-- \ • i r.W iy I I I i« % , ** ; i l Ur m ? ,ty / t! fu :}• t'ñif ■ fV "j f R'ü L J f 'i i. r\v |;i i. tkmi-wiBKiY eoumciwiMaa. uimwv, novkmu ia, wta. Tta («Kler-DM* MM* C* ImwmM P*ILY SCWI-WECKLY Sabscrlptloo. $1.00 Per Yeir S. A. LIND8BT H. A. MeDOUOAL v. E. RAFFERTT «.ta ! •* Otic* of pubU«Uon^tUMM^ North Broadway, ásssar&K THK 9BAT CAME BACK. Tto© Hallowe'en spooks who called at our house and carried away our hall «eat were not such bad ghosts af- ter alL Seeing that the furniture need- ed paint they kindly and thoughtfully delivered the seat at the Oipor of the paint shop of Taylor & Arrlatt. These gentlemen, of course, thought some one bad sent It to 'be painted and placed it inside their shop to await instructions. As soon as they saw our ad in The Courier-Times they replaced our property. The only regret is that Messrs. Taylor ft Arrlatt tailed to paint the seat But a little ad in The 'Couiler-Tlmes found what was mttsslng quickly and thus is the value of ad-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

95 bushels ii" carload exhibit 1910. on a WALLACE KIRBY GATHERS THIS NUMBER BUSHKLS OF CORN FROM ON 10 ACRK. THIRTEEN-YEAR-QLD 80) MEMBER OF CORN CLUB Son of R. W. Kirby, And Lives In Mt. Carmel Community, Nine Miles North of The City. ■So fur as The Courier-Times knows, to Wallace Kirby, the 33-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kirby, living •¡ear Mt. Carmel, north of this city, belongs the honor of raisins the larg- est number of bushels of corn to one ncre in Smith county. lie. gathered 04 bushels and 50 pounds from a small fraction of over one acre of ground. The yield lack?d only 10 pounds oí being 95 bushels. The corn was weighed by J. Levi Jdhnson, county commission, -r, who lives > n<?®r Mr. Klrby's place, The corn is of good quality. The seed was selected, and the crop Kiven care- ful cultivation under the direction of K^nry Acker, agent for che Farmers Co-operative work in Sittitii county. We are infoi-med the iboy used fer- tilizer and iiTigated the crop 'Mr. Jbhns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

■ vv -n ' 1 :•>" ' /V';':i€*< ¡C*« ¡$8 •r^'^ ' v '7* v*i 8KMI-WKKKCY COUHIIR-TIMES. SATURDAY. NOVBMtfM U 1910. A t ■I;! ft If %/ .ufc 1' í I I Si hm- | .J ';■< -1 ® k':;:« |L 1 ' í « f '4! If [ft i I Lb YOU 1L WAUDfeObE r ní/iíiv O mint \ SPECIAL OFFERINGS ON Ladies' Suits and Dresses, Ladies' Cloaks and Capes, Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing, Blankets and Comforts and many staple articles. AWUtUV nUVUMOMA MUV/i! fMOXSX Sale Starts Monday Morning, Nov. 14 c Millinery Department S This department shares the S price reductions made in our store this week. $25 pattern Hats. $20 pattern Hats . $15 pattern Mats. \ $10 pattern H¿is $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 $7.50 Shirt Waists 10 dozen ladies' Madras and Linen Shirt Waists, worth $1.50, oar special sale price / 98c 10 dozen ladies Shirt Waists Madras and linen, worth $2.00, our special sale price $1.48 Ready to Wear Department Prices cut for our November Sale. We offer for this week special prices on ev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

•BMI-WCKKLY COUftilft.TIMM. SATURDAY, NOVBMBBNt 1t 1#1* © READY-TOWEAR CLOTHING Of the Right Quality Low Prices at Extremely Ladies Suits Ladies Skirts and Waists Ladies and Mens Furnishings Millinery and Mens Hats Mens and Boys Suits Mens Pants Misses and Childrens Coals Boys and Childrens Overcoats Dresses, Wrappersand Kimonas Ladies and Childrens Shoes Mens and Boys Shoes 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 Qet It At And See What You Save SHERIFF'S SAUK. By virtue anil authority of an orrle. Of sale, issued out of the honorable the District Court, Smith county, Tex- as, on the 12th day of October, 1910, in favor of J. F. Cook & Co., a part- nership composed of J. H. Oook and A. H. Jewell and against Mrs. L. K. Appleby, in cause No. 6643, and to me directed, commanding me to make certain moneys in said order of sal • mentioned...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

J . • 1 v SATURDAY, NOVEMWOR 12. 1910. 8EMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME®. Í 1 13 if B i Ü: l'ji I "m. '■ T «• i í Iff 1; ££ f If! I ; I - J I! mi i Winter Goods One of the largest money-saving sales ever put on in Tyler. I have the largest stock of all kinds of mer- chandise, and propose to sell it to the people at a small margin. Read what I have to say and come to my store on the South side of the Square and be convinced that you can save more money than you can at any other place in East Texas. Look for the Red Printed Circulars All over the front of my store. Don't be misled into going to some other place. Come to my store. DRESS GOODS. The only house in the city that will sell Red Seal and A. F. C. and Red Apples, and other brands of I A. zephyr dress gingham at per yard I Ub Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleeching at per 10c Best Cambric, regulai price 10c per.yard, for A | AA this sale, 12 yards for VP I «UU Best Apron Gingham, Special sale price per 8c yard Poplin and all kinds of fancy dre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

"Come Over on My Veranda** • « t Walt* Son^, sung by JULIAN ELTINGE America's Leading Sex Simulator Words by JOHN KEMBLE Music by LESTER W. KEITH Tempo di Valte. ^ . > 1 ' T rJ r-4- tKMI-WIBMLY COURIBIt-TtMBS. SATURDAY, NOVKMSF.R 12. 1910. •r . 'ry nm . nwr aft . sr • noon «he'll taa . ta • lia . lag mj: all your trou . bles van . iih ai jan teem to War her mji * 1. There are places not. far from the cit - y Where the sum • mer. time seems bright 2. When yon re weary and tired aud lone-ly, And you look a • cross at her, ® * f rrr "* TT CHORUS. Coae o ■ ver on ny to . ran > • da, it's |nire and Hha • ir here _d_J_qr d=3=qz tr-4- -f®—p- —i J- __ a- -0— * - m- • J t—1=- L ■■ ■ lf n® *- ^=t=rfc= -F- ■ j r m- 3 **/ 3§m ~t"Fr —# * x J. J. bt —-T-í ' *1 =fc sum • mer - time seems fair -i r er, when the girl yon love is neari. Like 81 you can take your sweet. heart, and go spoon • lng ej • 'ry night, swing • ing in a ham • mu.k where the soft . est breez • es stir Rut the i m mm—i^uüs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

wm m ¿m JtfMPV ¡ " v. ;¡$$ •IMI WieKLV COURIKR-TIMM SATURDAY, NOVBMBER 12, 1910. -as— COMMITS OF SMTK COUNTY INSTITUTE MAKES REI L ■ We, your committee, Appointed toa. described above may ««cure a book draft 'bylaws and regulations to gov- by applying in person or by sending eró the library established by the Smith County White Teach era' In- stitute, submit the following: i list—The library shu!l bo known as the Smith County Teachers' Li tirwy. Second—It shall tbe located in th« office of tbe county superintendent ot Smith county, In the city of Tyler, Tex. Third—The county superintendent •hall be ex-offlclo hbraian. Fourth—It shall be the duty of tho Hbraian to properly label and ar- range the biooks in library oases or sections as lie deems best. Fifth—Every teacher who Is an ac- tive member of the Smith County (White Teachers' Institute shall have access to this library. Fourth—A book may be kept out of the library for one calendar month. and on application may ibe renewed once ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

SBMIWEtSKLY COURIERTIMES. SATURDAY. NOVKMBKR 12 laia. EDGE CLOTHING WD mast -timm jifffpwg rfrngyi rrffP § i \ , (¿é*Ú Perrr v>;^^ gpss <fc H . .*■•; ; ; I ■ ::■• «nnsnrfsmmt r i •> ,— «wKHmw i¡";^#_ • I! f w: •• ¡rrar ¡ ■ ^^¡ss^f. -r ■ rrVJH ' [ M WilfiJifi ... \* *?*. f' . { —-• ^ ^ ) ™... . ' , , igr—'J J ■ * •- > \ *■ 'y* ' Hl«E pp® Wl s y % r iffi C.;n,¡; t ''...• '. i.: • ' THE PLACE FOR YOUNG MEN / All the new goods that can be found is at this place. CL0THÍNG COMPANY ELECTED BY A (Pram Wednesday'* Daily ) In Texas, the Democrats carried 130 t'presenta live districts of the state the Republicans winning In three dl*- tricts. Texas also elected a solid Democratic congressional ticket Indications are that probably 230,. t'00 votes wore i>oil«d, being about one- thiid less than were polled in 190.*. ; Mi. ( itlquitt m plurality Is estimated at { 130,000. i iii,' en:i. ii¡ i.uonal .amendment lor a home lor Confederate women carried i I'y UeUicndmit' majority Vite D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 November 1910

¡h •■atl-WUMLV COURIBR«tMU«. SATURDAY, MOVKMMM 12, 1910. THE LEADING HOUSE THE BIG STORE riAYER * v I ■ H m íÍÍÍKÍ K I I r >s\ m w Great November Sale In our Ready-to-wear and Millinery Departments TPHIS SA.LE, which will begin MONDAY, November 14th, is decidedly K different from the average special sale, that is usually advertised It is not a reduction sale only, but to a great extent an Introduction sale The shipments of new Coat suits, Coats and Dresses, which we received this week prompted us to introduce them to the public at once before they are picked over, and at the same time we are offering our stock on hand at such reduced prices as they have never been sold Before this early in the season. The new Coat suits and three-piece suits we have now on display are copies from Paris importations, and never, before have we shown such a splendid assortment of beautiful, stylish garments. DRESSES A very large assortment of New Street Dresses awaits your inspection. These Dresses ...

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