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

THEB. LOWENSTEIN " Was sold in St. Louis November 15th in bulk lots of customers' selections Á, We were on hand early and secured some o! the cream choice lots o! this immense stock ! It took over $600.00 to pay freight charges alone cn this selected seasonable merchandise secured atbut a fraction of its cost. Pretty well all the largest de- partment stores of St. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago were represented, and pur- chased for special sales to be inaugurated at the identical prices we paid. We Start a Series of Sales of These Goods taking one or more lines at a sale to show more forcibly how big the bargains are that we secured, Our purchases included lots and lots of the lines mentioned below Blankets, Comforts, Bedspreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels, Curtains, Draperies, Window Shades, Table Cloths, Linens and Napkins. Dress goods, Velvets, Silks Ladies' Suits, Coats, Skirts, Sweater Coats and Waists. MEN S SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, ETC. We certainly bought these goods so...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 December 1910

semm & ffK- w KÉ. ■ Fare lor Christmas Gift 25 per cent Discount Ladies' On* fur sets make eult- \>le, refined and appreciated gifts. We aell the beat White Iceland Pox Beta, Black Lynx aeta and scarfs, Genuine Mink seta and scarfs, Isabella Fov aeta and acrafs, Japanese Mink sets and acrafa, Oenulne Black Marten scarfs, Chlldrens Fur sets, Prices from •. $5.09 to $200.W Set With Sterling Silver deposit; beau- tiful article for dresaer and table. Perfum Bottles, Vases, Card Trays, Bon-Bons, Sallds, Salt and Nut Trays; single pieces and in aets. Price, 60 cents to f 10.00. Fandy Cat Glass Chafing Dishes and Coffee Perculators Complete line of new Nlckle and copper Chafing dishes, coffee Per- etc. All slsesetaolnshrdlu cmfwyp culators, Tea pots, etc, all sizes. 13.95, 16.00, (7.60, «8.96 up to $15.00 (In Basement.) New Cut Glass Cut glass selling new at Its height see on Une before buying. Cut Slaas Nappies with and without 'handle. Special $1.49, «1.95, and $2.25 Beautiful cut...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 December 1910

m «BMl.WKKUY COURIER. TIME*. bascom school kerosene victim smith cony in mm k Few Statistics Regarding the STUDEBAKER FACTORIES Plant covers 101 acres. 150,000 Vehicles made every year. Lumber yards cover 80 acres. 75,000,000 feet of lumber air drying. 4,000 men employed. 10 miles of belting used on the machinery. 1,500 machines in operation. A Studebaker Wagon sold somewhere every two minutes. Sold by one house in Tyler since 1873. We carry a big line of Studebaker Buggies as well as Wagons. We offer better styles and better quality. Goe. R. Philips 500.000 CVPRESS SHINGLES In Four Grades Special Prices Palmore and Dean Lumber Company Lumber, Shingle*, Sash and Doors Tyler, Texas to raise hogs on extensive scale A. B. Cook, formerly engaged in the sawmill business at Hawkins, was In Tyler negotiating with suburban swlne breeders, witn a view to purchasing hogs with which to stock his farm, about twenty miles from the city. Mr. Cook Is preparing to engage in hog raising on an extens...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 December 1910

reached the Courler-Tlmei this moraine that i dllllgent but quite vu being made to renew the preaertptlon houee buatneaa In Tyle the Interest our people, both pro and antl, have In this matter we Immediately started out to see what tlMro Is In the rumor. Our investl- Justlfled us In saying that an to open a prescription house In Tyler Is being made, and that the in- terested parties have met with such as to cause them to say that would be able to open by the ISth of this month. Of course they cannot by that date, for the peti- tion for such a house has to be Oled the county Judge two weeks the petition to open can be The effort to get the requir- ed number of legal slgnltures has been >#ililfen quietly and persistently. One circulator has said. he had secured 101 slgnltures to his list. Many antl- prohlMtionlsts have refused to sign their names to the petition. These are the foots as we And them, and are given for the benefit of all concerned. AURANT. HOUSE W. M. Orlmes and ton, ...

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

J*4 Want Ads For Results Semi' Weekly Qourier- T/mes Absorbed Tyler Dally Poat November 28, 1910 VOL. XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14,1910. No. 94 Oysters in Any Style Oar Mce Tlx Bat it/avansoa (Baft and Sandy jfiitchen f i ■ • ■ I I I T, B, RAMEY At the Sign of I he Big Clock (Jnusual Display -OF- Gold Jewelry The Itnmey Store eneuuraged each succeeding year liy con- tinued sucfpssos, tius labored to overtop all previous efforts, and we huve collected for this season the largest and most beau- tiful display ever shown before. Just now we have so much thnt Is new that even this largo store Is taxed for room. Our Stock consists In the main part of: Bracelets, Fobs, Kigtu't lungs, fciet Kings, Necklaces, Cuff Hut- tons, La Valliers, Lockets, Scarf Pins, Umbrellas, Gold-Filled and Solid-Gold Vest Chains, Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass, Brass Goods, Hand-Painted China, Silver Toilet Sets, and Sliver Novel- ties, White and Gold China Dinner Sets, and In Open Stock Patterns. ks T...

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

"W • tisgi m m . íj Tpi# . j ' / %j, $ ;<A -^"fc I' IS w PÍSIl v* l'l l'^:!' t%r; '.V. v:i Bisya— P# ■ ■■■fi -i 1 ; "" i ": ' i" BW i I 1 EllmwK wd ffV'V '' ' ; ?>■ :"'V "fe I ' d'! ''[" > r "' ■' "Ml I 'V ¿awjBHajga fe'1 %' ' v . i ft I wiI i I f hr ■ f< > ■ii I « B? §' . M' ' «am • 2l tit? ' Í §^,e; . 1 | . ÍfWf4 JhSUWKV ■- ' fi-ali Jmm §1 *Mw£ "."i m - ' t; 3 ¡BE Jjjgga • y&ra 5l.u;5¡ mía swajpf.^ív^ . i iter t -Vf. ^■®$¡ Pf'jff R8 j.íí:í: ?• •«% V? Wm™1 I. 'm&i tí' &Á M& NKM1-WEEKL1 , t'*ivr THE B. L0WENSTE1N -=— Was sold in St. Louis November 15th in bulk lots of customers' selections We were on hand early and secured some o! the cream choice lots ol this immense stock ! It took over $600.00 to pay fieight chaiges alcre rn this s« If cted «ascrable merchandise secured atbut a frpction of ití- ccst. Pretty well all the largest de- partment stores of at. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago were represented, and pur- chased for special sales to be inaugur...

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

1 ; * ,:M | ¡KftSKi? '~y.n Y\ Where You Can Find Just What You Want Goldstein Brown it TYLER'S CHEAPEST CASH STORE" There is nothing to be gained by delay. We have made great preparations for its holiday trade. Our stock is now at its best Make early selections, compare onr prices with those of an} other store you wish. We waot yon to be the judge. Here are few of the many special values we are offering. Just Twelve Shopping Days Then Christmas Ladies Tailored Suits Great Reduction in Prices on all Ladies Suits, Prices._ $10. and upwards. Coat Savings Stylish and serviceable Coats, at the most liberal reduc- tions. Ladies and Misses coats in Red, Tan, Castors and Mixtures, all made up in this season's best styles ranging in price $5. o $16. Correct Styles in Skirts Ready to wear Skirts that fit and look as well as though made to measure—that's the kind you find here. The rea- son of this is that we buy only such goods as we know are made by skilled workmen. Just note careful stitchi...

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

«SB: Isn't it time for you to fig- ure on your needs in Ws carry the freshest of stock—wo would like to have you make a comparison of our prices and quality for the garden seeds you will need. Everything that you might wiah to raise will be a success if you use our seeds. G. J. CLAM'S Dn* Store "ftíéV,"" •fíSHi" I) tor bid Trltr Dally Past. November , 1910 By T. B. Butler and Aseoclates. K> A. McDougal, Manager. Office of publication, Starley building North Broadway, Tyler, Texaa. Entered at Postofflce, Tyler, Texas, at ..Second class mall matter. '.;'V Mtasrtsilss Mm Subscription Rates per year... .$1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, Arm or oorporatlon which may appear In the oolumns of The Courier-Times will be gladly correct- ed upon Its being brought to the at- tention of the publishers. OFFICE PHONES: City Editor Old pbone SI City Editor New phone. 104 Advertising Old phone 114 m- w- The state of Idaho had an Increase of 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

r** Want Ads For Results : :1 . ^ Semi' Weekly Qourier- Times Absorbed Tyler Dally Poat November US, 1910 VOLUME XIII. ' TYUJH. TEXAS, SATUJIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1010. NO. OS Oysters in Any Style Our Serrice Tbe Best 4C/avanavs (Bafe and Gandy ÍJtitchen ■ • ..v.-.. In view of tli« overwhelming mm of evidence antagonistic to alum, ' It b recommended that its u>e in baldng powders bo prohibited by law.—United Statu Senate Committ** Report r.PRICrS CREAM Baking Powder Made from Grapes Approved by physicians and food officials, both State and National. Awarded highest honors by the great World's Expositions, and proved of superior strength and purity by the official tests. DESIRE WILL DISCUSS TO JUUmUTE NEW WESTERN LINES ARE ANXIOUS TO MEDIATE MATTER OF EN. ENGINEERS' SALARY. CONGREGATION OF FIRST BAI'- TIST CHURCH WILL HOLD MEETING SUNDAY. Chicago, Dec. 15.—The western rail- roads huve appealed to United States Commissioner of Labor Charles P. Nell and to Chairman Martin Knapp of tht&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

h" ¿I ra *1 n? tk..:; ■ p, (¿M ■ ■ pe; Ü ¿í.'/" LeGrand, McDonald, Carlton, CHRISTMAS SALE BEGINS THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 We Have searched the Novelty Markets of America and Europe and brought here for you, Suitable things for Christmas presents. Many believe in mak- ing a long profit on Short-Lived goods. We believe in making a short profit that will move Holiday Goods fast. Our stock not only contains NOVELTIES but useful things for presents for Women, Men and Little Folks. Our counters are ablaze with things suitable for presents. Ladies Neckwear We have just received u big assortment of Ladies' Neckwear, in pretty Christinas boxes, all the newest and latest novl ties. Prices range, $1.00, 75 c., 50c., and 25c down to Christmas Handkerchiefs 100 dozen Children's Handkerchiefs; plain white—white with colored borders and colored Handkerchiefs, bought especially for Ef* holiday trade. Special price WW 100 dozen Ladies' hemstitched, embrodiered and cross-bar initial and all pure linen H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

" "f «' ¡E OF FIRKIN NOW ON TRIAL SEVERAL INJURED aUCMl-WKUUl OUtf|(UU|.TllUtt. THE BATTLE WAS A BLOODY ONE ENGINE EXPLODED BOTH SIDES ANNOUNCE READY. MEXICAN TROOPS AND REVOLU- CHARGED WITH KILLING TWO COMRADES. TIONALISTS HAD FIERCE BAT- TLE NEAR PEDERNALES. DISASTER OCCURRED ON INTER. NATIONAL AND GREAT NORTHERN. HUlsboro, Texas, Dec. 15.—The trial of Philip M. Flrmln of Dallas, a young state militiaman, who Bhot and killed two of his companions on a Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad train while en route home from the encampment at Leon Springs, on August 14 last, was begun In the District Court to- day. He Is being tried flrst ofr the killing of A. B. Puckett. Both the state and the defendant announced ready when the oases were called. NOB CASES ARE TRANSFERRED PALESTINE RACE WAR CASES ARE TO BE TRIED AT HOUSTON. At the Front, Rancho, Santiago, near Pedernales, Dec. 12.—Via El Paso, Dec. 14.—In yesterday's engage- ment the revolutionists fought Gen- eral Navarro to a standstil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

ÍW Biamcní) */ fu¡/t i *3 Ótciniori^J > v tiran*! *J- %©Y, 3 N©VL 3 « Isn't it time for un on your n DRUGS ou to in This is Style No. 2605 m We carry the freshest of —we would like to have you make a comparison of our prices and quality lor the garden seeds & you will need. We named it "Sky High" on account of its all around good qualities. It is made of fine Gun Metal Calf, with good, honest, Solid Leather 8oles that willwear like iron. The Button Upper adds a Snap and Style that puts this shoe in a class by itself. We are covering the feet of thousands of Texans who are highly satisfied with Peters Shoe Co'a. "Diamond Specials. Ask your dealer to show you a pair. If he does not have them—write at. r you might a success if verything that wiah to raise will be you usa our seeds. G. S. CLARK'S Dru* Store •fMsar" "few Semi Weekly Courier-Times lyisr Dally Post. Novambar . 1910 T. B. Butter and Associates. H. A. McDouga), Manager CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. Office of publication, Starl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

. :• V, t .«* ' mmm raa¡«ai<aa,:.w l¿kA Copyright Hart Scnaffncr & Marx :. k'1'' «EM1.WBBUT COüKIBR.TIMB« != Edge Clothing Co. XMAS PRESENTS If you want the proper things for presents come to us for them Edge Clothing Co. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS The Courier-Time traits that our subscriben will be m lenient with ut m possible until we can set the paper going out regularly and on "«ra- r la no tittle Job to combine the circula- tion of two small dally newspapers, making, as It «osa In this Instanos, a total list of about 1,700 subscribers. It la necessary to use two seta of car- rler bom until the routea can bo within the nest two or threo day Ing the paper before dark, so that all our subscribers will havs their pa- per before supper time. Each oarrler boy will be provided with a whlstls, and when you hear the whistle you may know that the Cou- rler-Tlmes' carrier boy Is In your neighborhood. Listen for the whistle, vnd within a fa wmlnutea you will get your paper. Those who do not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

n • ' HUMI.WUKKU OOÜ '' ' 7: s ■ IfftV § MEN'S BOY'S CHILDREN eLOTHING AND READY-TO WEAR Goods LADIE'S MISSES CHILDREN'S Our stock of Mens and Boy's Suits, Pants and Overcoats, Ladies' Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists and Petticoats is Unusually Complete for this time of the year. While the season has been a very good one, with lively selling in all the alive lines, we have tried to keep our stock well assorted and are now eager to ru3h them out daring the Chiistmas season. Ladies Suits $2.90 S $17.50 Ladies Coats $2.90 : $15.00 Childrens Coats $2.90 ¿ $5.90 We Have Made Price Reductions That Will Posh Them Along Mens Suits $4.90 I $19.5 LI PST ATE'S ChilJrens Suits $1.45 I $5.90 Overcoats $3.90 I $15. 0 Tyler « Texas 1 J i. .1 UVE BEEN PAID LINDALE HAS LARGEST NUMBER. REINO 100—PIN E8PRING, SMALLEST, It. P'A y/t í" If m IS REAPPOINTED. George R Kennedy to Again Super- intend County Poor Farm. The following show* the payment of poll tax to date by preclncta: Tyler precinct No. 1, 31; Ty...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

m «Para * SUMI.WEKfcliY COURIER.TIME& The Big Store <«•'-"x¿t~ z-stts.j- ■*>• ' rn-¡<¡r>*-Tiff¡ht fiy^rr':■'■?'-•• -1 £ «"i MAYER & SCHMIDT Furs lor Christmas Gift 25 per cent Discount Ladle*' fine fur sets make ault- \>le. scflned and appreciated gifts. We sell the best White Iceland Fox Sets, Ulack Lynx sets and scarfs. Genuino Mink sets and scarfs, Isabella Fov sets and scrafs, Japanese Mink sets and scrafa, Genuine Black Marten scarfs, Children Fur sets, Prices from $5.00 to $200.00 Set With Sterling Sliver deposit; beau- tiful article for dresser and table. Perfum Bottles, Vases, Card Trays, Bon-Bons, Salids, Salt and Nut "V • . - . Trays; single pieces and in sets. Price, 50 cents to $10.00. Fancy Cot Glass Chafing Dishes and Coffee Perculators Complete line of new Nlckle and copper Chaftng dishes, coffee Per- eta All sizesetaolnshrdlu cmfwyp culators, Tea pots, etc, all sizes. $3.95, $5.00, $7.50, $8.#6 up to $15.00 (In Basement.) New Cut Glass Cut glas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 December 1910

k f n Statistics Regarding tin STUDEBAKER 8% Plant covers 101 acres. 160,000 Vehicles made every year. Lamber yards cover 80 acres. 75,000,000 feet of lumber air drying. 4,000 men employed. 10 miles of belting used on the machinery. 1,600 machines in operation. A Studebaker Wagon sold somewhere every two minutes, by one house in Tyler since 1873. carry a big line of Studebaker Buggies as well as Wagons. We offer better styles and better quality. Goe. R. Philips WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and coolt-r for Hatur- day I FACTORIES FUR SALE AT A BARGAIN II «CTM headlight, tíamuel Lepur, n mile north of Tyler. 151 acres headrlght, David Thomaaon, • mllea of Tyler; two dwelling houses. 140 aerea headrlght, Robert Bandera, 7 1-1 mllea weat of Tyler, on Cot- ton Belt railroad. 89 1-1 Korea headrlght, I. Lamb, 8 mllea aoutheaat of Tyler; near Whltehouae. 80 aerea headrlght, N. Henderson, 9 mllea aoutheaat of Tyler; near Whltehouae. aerea headrlght, Wm, J. Gale- wood, northeast of Tyler; near Holly...

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