Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 89, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 6, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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TYLER, TEXAS, SATIRO\Y, XOVf.JlllKR tí, | 09.
THE SUBSCRIPTION GETTING CONTEST OPENS UP
Good List of Representatives—Many of Them
Work—The List of Premiums For
Both Readers and Representatives
WANT ALL DISTRICTS TO BE REPRESENTED
SFXI), PHONE OR OO TO THE OF-
FICE AM) GET IN YOUR AP-
FOR YOUR TIME.
MRS. BEl'TLK CROOK, New Har-
mony, enters for Mt. Sylvan, Gar-
den Valley, Chandler district.
MISS LENA BROWN enters for
IJndnle, Red Springs and Swan
MITCHELL CRAWLEY, Whitehonse,
enters for Copien, Grange Hall,
Basconi, Wldteliouse district.
J. E. COOK, Pleasant -Retreat, R. 2,
Tyler, enters for the Noonday,
Flint, Hullard, Pleasant Retreat
MRS. L. .1. BOWMAN enters for the
Liberty Hill school and will repre-
sent the Winona, Slarrvillo. Pine
Springs, Liberty Hill district.
MISS KATIE JOHNSON. Noonday,
R. 8, Tyler, enters for the Noonday.
Flint, Bullard, Pleasant Retreat
LIST OF PREMIUMS FOR REPRE-
The Subscription Getting Contest
for the Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Is making1 a very fine start and rep-
resentatives who will work for th>i
premiums have gone to work ill a
number of the districts.
All the districts will likely "b * rep-
resented by the earning week.
Any oen living* In ar,y of the dis-
tricts outside of the city of Tyler can
enter the contest, only one represen-
tative in a district will be awarded a
premium. A premium will be award-
ed to some one reader of each district
Send in your name for application as
representative and get busy. The
representative can secure subscriber.-!
anywhere and in any place.
Only yearly subscriptions will
count in the contest, one year's sub-
scription will count as 200 votes
Two year's subscription from tho
same person will count 500 votes and
for each additional year from the
same subscriber will count "00
votes Renewals count the same as
Davis & Son l'iano, Sold and Guaran-
teed by the Leyhe Piano Co.,
The above out of Davis & Son
Piano readily retails for $350 to $400.
The Leyhe Piano Company having
sold the mot many of the best bornee
In Smith county. The piano is a
leader with this firm and is the same
kind of instrument as was given away
last year by tho Semi-Weekly Cou-
rier-Times in a Subscription Getting
Contest. Miss Vonnie Fair of Arp,
Texas, secured the piano in the con-
S) far as we know the piano has
given entire satisfaction in every way.
This piano will be given away free
to the representative of the district
who sends in the largest number of
yearly subscriptions to the Seml-
The second premium to be given
away in the Semi-Weekly Cotrrier-
Times Subscription Getttlng Contest
will be one of those famous John
Deer top buggies, sold and guaran- ¡
teed by Wadcl, Caldwell, Hughes &
Patterson, and usually retails . for
about $100. The John Doer buggy
is on>' of the best made vehicles on
the market. This premium will Ijt;
awarded to* the representative in tho
district that furnishes the second lar-
gest number of yearly subscriptions
to tho Semi-Weekly Courier-Times,
Che third premium to be awarded
to the representative* tt the Berr-1-
Courier-Tira* will be a aev-
|en drawer, drop-head emboeeed '•««"
Unptpt-dd, ball bearing Singer
Hoc bine. Thta machine la
fee HChtwt running machine made,
and is the very best running machine
the Singer Manufacturing Company
make This * legant machine will be
awarded to the representative In the
district which senda In the. thrift far-
geet ¿«umber of yearly subscribers to
the Semi-Weekly Courier-Times.
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The fourth premium to be awarded
will be a scholarship in the Tyler
Commercial College, good for any
course taught In this famous ooliega,
and is worth in cash $45. This pre-
mium will bo awarded to the repre-
sentativo in the district which sends
in the fourth largest number of
yearly subscriptions to the Semi-
The fifth premium to be awarded
to the representatives will be a fine
cooking stove sold and guaranteed b¡¿
Jas. R. Adams, the big hardware mor
chant. The stove is known as the
Solid Economy, and has a 22-inch
over, full nickle trimmed, duplex
grade, and sells for $45.
This elegant premium will be
awardei to the representative in the
fifth datrlct who furnishes tho fifth
largest-number of subscriptions to
the Seni-Weekly Courier-Times.
The fourth premium to be awarded be a handsome ladies' or gentlemen**
to.tho subscriben, of the district gold filled watch, guaranteed for
which will be fourth In tho list will 20 years.
The sixth and last premium to bo
awarded to the Semi-Weekly Courier-
times will be an EJison Gem Phono-
graph, which has a metal body box,
finished in black and guilt enameel,
stands on a polish oak base, and has
antique o k cover which fastens at
both ends; has also a black Japan
nineteen inch horn, and six records
to be selected by the person securing
Thi premium will bo awarded to
the person who secures the largest
number of subscribers furnished by
the sixth district.
PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED TO READERS
The district that sends in through
the representatives of the paper the
largest number of yearly s use fibers
will be awarded a two and a half
inch Studebaker wagon, with year
brake and spring seat. This wagon
has all the latest improvements in-
1 ufling tho brake clíper on to tho
jack a\U\ avoding any down pres-
ura on the back hounds. This
vagón is sold and guaranteed by
J' '. It. Philips of this city.
The fifth premium to be awarded
to the subscribers in tho district fur-
nishing the fifth largest amount of
yearly subscribers will be a doublti-
haralleled shot gun.
The sixth premium for the subs-
cribers, Will be a set of dinner dish-
es that will be furnished by tho
Daglish Hardware Company and will
be a handsome and valuable pre-
The following will constltuete the
six districts, which can extend on a
parallel line into any of the adjoining
Chandler, New Harmony, M.t Syl-
van, Garden Valley, and all communi-
ties within the border lines of men-
tioned places, wrfll constitute a dis-
Bullard, Kllnt, Noonday and
Pleasant Retreat neighborhoods will
be a district.
Whltehouse, Copelen, Grange Hull
and Basconi a district.
Troupe, Arp, Omen and Overton ;i
Winona, Stnrrvilie, Browning, Lib-
erty Hill and Pine Springs a district.
Swan. Lindaie and Bed Spring a
This will form six districts ami
I each district will be awarded two pre.
ml urns, sa.:no to be awarded accord-
ing to tho number of yearly sub-
scriptions sent in.
Those who want to enter the con-
test as representatives „f tho Semi-
Weekly Courier-Times should make
aplicatlon by leter or In person at
the office In Tyler us soon as possi-
ble, and receive full instructions, re-
ceipt books, cte.
Our Mr. Bafferty will be in tho va-
rious communities from time lo timo
and will call and explain to any one
Interested in the pi,in of working for
the premiums offered.
Address nil communications to
Manager, Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Subscription Getting Contest, Tyler,
r OUR MTW
The second premium to be awarded
to the subscribers in the district fur-
nishing the second largest number of
yearly subscribers to the Semi-Week-
ly Com ier-Times will be awarded a
pveñ drawer, drop-head^ embossed
Singer Hewing Machine, which
i worth $65, and is the bent machine
ie Singer Manufacturing Company
The third premlumUo h/Tawarded m er of.Jearly suuecrtkers will he
to the «ubecrlbern of the dlatrlot a
le cnataefcd ire* bed whloh 14
which «ende Ift the third / largest at egant one in every reepect.
How Clothes Can be Made to
Keep their Shape
Lots of Clothes look well
when you buy them and
for a short while there-
If made right they will
always look well, until
worn out, Study the ac-
carefully, fix the feat-
ures iidicated by the ar-
rows in your mind. They
show how Clothes can be
made to keep their shape
—why any clothes bear-
ing the Kantbebeqt label
do hole their staple.
We will be glad to ex-
Ítlaln this construction
rom any of the,new
Kantbebeat models we
15.00 to 25.00
Currie & Gaston
Tyler, - Texas
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 89, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 6, 1909, newspaper, November 6, 1909; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179598/m1/1/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.