Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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Semi - Weekly Courier-Times.
TXLER, TEXAS. SATIK \>. M)\ I HUI15 1:5. II .
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k The greatest assortment of high grade Fall and Winter
| Clothing for men and young men, let us show you how they
® fit Prices
j $15.00, 18.00, 20.00, 25.00, 30.00
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DOUBLE STfíXÍD l (ÍÍCKE.T5. '* PAT. £L
SILK' St*N .S E AMS'iV -• CUARANTtt I ABfí. IN HCPT
STTTZ ftSCNOENBERG BROTHERS
MAKLWJ IVU«4>H lailUAUO
HERE is something new for you to learn
today—"Get wise." THE «BEST-EVER"
IS THE GREATEST SUIT IN THE WORLD
FOR BOTS. Be sure to remember this lesson
when you buy a new suit for that boy for school
or J>lay. You can't forget the name after he
wears the suit. All the wear-features (including
Rain-Proof) make the "Best-Ever" worthy of its
We have the Exclusive Sale
Age 5 to 17
Price $5.00 to $10.00
FREE—A two blade metal handle
pocket Knife free with every suit
Special t i Courier-Time,?.
Dallas, Ti.v., Nov. 11.—The Hap-
list General C« vt ntion of Texas
convened this morning, being called
to >rder liy its president, Dr. I?. c.
The address oí welcome was de-
livered by Dr. Geo, TV. Truett o*
Dallas, and the convention si rmon
was ¡.reached by Dr. B. II. Carroll
There aro over 2,000 delegates
pr pert, the largest number In the
history of the gr.^at convention.
One rf thp features if tho L&y-
mcn's Convention yesterday was the
addr.*s of Judge T. K. Tlutler. He
dlsfusM-d pravldtng largftr means for
the care of old ministers.
The Haptlst Women Mission
Wi-rkers are having a most enthusi-
astic meeting. Wsterday subscrip-
tlmis amounting to $10.000 were tak-
«n by the ladits. More than lmlf of
this am tunt goes to the Bui liner Or-
The old hoard for the ladies was
re-elected, and tois inclu les as ons
ff the vice presidents, Mrs. It. H.
Brown of Tyler. Mrs. Brown 1* a
memlr of sever.il important com-
mittct.s and he r absence is regretted
MAKES 72 MILKS AX HO CXI.
Takes 200-Mile Truck Hace in At-
Atlanta.C}a., Nov. 11.—Louis Chev-
rolet, the sturdy Swiss piolt of Bulck
cars, who has leaped into racing
prominence during the last year, an-
nexed a not In v victory here Tuesday,
whin he capture! the 200-mile stock
chassis race, j • •iat,-i;t? about seven-
ty-tw.i miles an hear. Chevrolet's
victory camo as thp climax to the
record-breaking contests with which
Atlanta's new two-niilu speedway
WIÜAK, WEAKY WOJaX.
liCam the Cause of Daily Woes and
When the back aches and throbs.
When hou.sework Is torture.
Winn night brings ro ru«t nor
When urinary disorders set in.
Women's lot is a weary one.
There Is a way to (scape these
Dojrt's' Kid my Pills cure such
Have cured women here in Ty-
ThU is one Tylt r vr man's testi-
Mis. >r. r V.y.< li, 5 ;4 K. lanvin
St., Tyler, Te\a« "I was
trr;ubled for sn mo ti'oe by attacks
>f backache, aimmpanled by ai
porencss across my Mdneys. If I
caught cold the tr> uhle always
wors". A friend finally tolil me to
try Donn's Kidmy Pills and T pro-
cured :l box the Stai'hy Drug
(.''•mpatiy. They relieved in ' iri a
sh'vrt tinv It !iiv>'fi me pleasure to
reeomniend a remedy of such un-
d inbtcd merit as iJoan's Kidniy
For sale by nil dealers. Price if)
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N' W York. sol. ¡vgents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other. 60
THE B/0 STORE*- THE LEADWq ffQUSE
Special to Courier-Times,
New Orb-ans, l'.a., Nov. 10.—Miss
Addle Davidson, agí d 1", "if Dallas,
todnv was placed temporarily in
a penal Institution by Charity Hos-
pital authorities who declare that
they learned of plans to kldivp the
Kirl. She i« a. daughter of Mrs. Da-
vidson. a Dalle..' woman, who stopped
h> re recently en route to South Caro-
lina, because her daughter became ill.
While here her two sons, aged nine
and fourteen were drowned, tho dock
uoonw hlch tliey ".•< re standing hav-
ing caved In. This occurred two week*
The hospital authorites declare tho
information is authentic, and took
drastic ectlon becaufe the girl Is sick
aít Indifferent to her fate.
Dallas, Ttx., No\ 10.—Thousand?
of Baptists lutVi ■ ism inbled here fn*
their gnat st.ito convmitijn, which
begjns tom rr n\,
"In the pixtt (n years 1 have attend-
ed the conf rein s, uo have nevar
ihad '.nu- su 1 trpy as this,'' Oi. tieo.
W. Truitt d i lar d to t'ie meeting last
night, "and the indication is that wo
shall have more than 2000 messen-
gers by Thursday morninf."
Yesterday and today the program
was carried by the laymen.
Dcvntioim] exercises this morning
were led by Judge T. II. Butler of
l?oll wins Judge Butler, Fro 1
Freeman ot K1 I aso, ppoko on "Tho
Christinti I nslness."
This evudiiii the sermon will be
preached ly l;cv. Weston Bruner of
The ipie.-tioa of establishing t'v
South.wist. in Baptist Theological
Seminaiv at Fort Worth is belli<
A n «table feature of the conven-
tion Is the rejoicing of the Baptist*
over the opening of the Baptist Me-
morial San.tariiim, whli li has jn«t
been opt tied to the public. It rep-
resents in investment of nearly a
half million doll irs, a d it Is said t >
lie the tuo't modern ho«pital in tin
whole s .uth.
We are doing an Immense
Because we are putting out nothing but
Solid Leather Shoes. Nothing but tiood-
* year Welts and at reasonable, prices.
Inspect our stock of4'Stacy-Adams" Shoes
There are none better at any price. Also
the Bostonians at
$3.50 and $5.00
We are especially strong on $2.50 and $3.00
also. Give us a trial. We will save y#u money.
Currie & Gaston
The Woman's Missionary Union of
the Paris Prebytery will be held in
the First I r> «bvterlan church, Thurs-
day and Friday of this week, and all
ladles if Tyler are cordially invited
The church will lie open for meet-
ings Thursday at 9 a. m., 2 and 7: ¡0
Friday, 9 a. m.. 2 and 7:30 p. ni.
68 YEARS OLD
Si"'( iol to Couri* r-Times.
Lnidon, Noy. lo.—King Edward
v.m "is years «M vest -rday, and the
In. iguration (f Sir Juhn Knoll, as
I. i Mayor, lo -ncmd Sir Oeorg'
Tm seott, mad Lxlidoii a l esptelall/
liMly i>'nt**r of p.tenst, altiKug'i
tin historie ami i' spu taeular -
ta. lac lo l its i 1 features.
Whtb rtfpoml ng to a t iast at.
(«eld Hall la*t tiKbt. y tlie Lirt
Austin, Tex., Nov. 10.—The Tcxa^
sitpr* me i (int today refused appll-
caMon in the case the Cotton B-jlt
mad \s. F.;rr.tdl, and Cotton Bolt
road \.s. li dt friim this county.
Motion f r reheurlnpr was dismiss
ed in the east of Katy vs. Ilurh from
Motó n io substitute tl-anecript \va«
grant! d in Kjle v.-,. Da\iiison ironi
J li I I Villi.
Court iriniinal I'pP'iils, aillrmi'd
lai k Mattoi ws from Uraxson.
Ile\iiM il aiel ii iiiandi d <!e rg'
lh oiks, all's Si niield from 111 Pa-o;
H<mice Mieal, itnin i ia\son,
Fi'i't Woit'i. T« \ , Ni v. 10—Judg
Ma\ev, ftder il elrimt court, <li-?iii->-
eil ji r Willi* d hiii diction the eus •
oi ib .i. C. Couiul vs. \ti libón, Tnp"K i
¿-at.tii I'e railway trim I I 1 'a.-i* tin
court's ( nitintioii In ti.ee that suit.
broufiut mult r uiid •% -' liabllitv iet
|i|i|-t I.' Ill• li; t 111 'lie (ll«triot ot d -
!• lult 'it's it s¡it, ni •
¡Fine FNrry Davis' Painkiller in-
valuable in the nursery, and it ahould
be kept at hand in ca.se of accident.
For pain In the breast tako a, little
Painkiller in sweetened mtlk and
water, bathing the breast tn It clear
at the same time. If the milk piaa;!-
apps are clnggpd, fr.im "old, or other
^causea, bathing in thp Painkiller will
five lmmc.ilate relief. Ask tot Now
Believes It Wo« Pellagra.
Corsicano. Tex., Nov. 11.—Dr.
FlebN yesterday rt ported that a pa-
th 11 wlvous he atti ndt-a died a few
da\n mi > with what lie thii.ks was
pell igra. The patient was a mar-
ried la ly, years of age.
• • • •
• • •
All kinds of i*t wing machines
upa'rul and adjusted and m.-de
to run like new. Parts f.ir f 00
• llfi'ererit inakes of jn.tchlries.
• Lock te|)filrlng ami key flfiinpr
• .1 i* W'ADPCI L. l«t door north
• oi Mi> r íi SclimMt'". North
M \or ,a '"'>maii -utir.if.¡ t tbiew a
!!'• stunt' fhn ll-.h tie Wi!lil"W, iiUI-
li cor idenibl. e\iit iii ut.
NOW ON M'ltIK K
Millions of Stomachs Kefic-e to d
Tlielr Work Properlj.
All o\er tiii- broad l.irwi miliiotif
i f .ti'inacll owrn> ate bii.f; h' Id li
bt iiiill.'ttliig Mit'j.'efl n« Jt'.st becaus *
tin'v are p ti ó l> ivn that tlnv will
n «i accept a fan, tpiui • ard broad
T.if,> is abort ^or all f m it will
1« shorti r i r tbore wit i 1 t tht r
ptuoaclis if a froti! b d t worse.
Irion-Drake Drtig Co. ban a famou>?
prescription cuilf l and they
bclitve so thcrougbly in íih r. mark-
"..Mo curative power that thfy say to
every owner of a difltress- d Rtimiou
that they will guarantee Mi-o-na
tablets to cure acute or chronic Indl-
tion and a'.l ?tomai li ailments or
money back ,and the price is only 00
cents a box.
And still there are stubborn peo-
ple right in Tv'^r woh wint accept
tliis offer but continuo to suffer frim
tras on fctomach, belchlntr of sour
food, stomach pains, fon lbrenth, diz-
r.lass, bill ">usne8s and bradache
j i. ■ t b?eausr—just beenuse—that's
nil, there is no other reason.
MI-o-na tablets stop dyvpeptlc
ifr">ny In five minutes; they cure ob-
tle.atd cas s of Indigestion and turn
the old stomach Into a new one In a
few weeUs—ir mor.rj' back. 1
WK LOAN DIRECT TO
Farmers and Planters
...CALL AND SEE US,..
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
$ TYLER, - TEXAS
ijloooooo-oo oo oooooooooooo
Fetlcrntion til' Women's Club*.
Denison, Tex., Nov. 11.—I'P to
Tui-sday niKht 210 requests f"r rooms
hail l>een received by the local com-
mittee from delegates to the State
Federation of Women's Clubs, which
meets here next week. Indications
nrH'that the attendance will be quite
Is the month when outside painting should bo dono to obtain
The very best Results
Paint applied during this month driog with exactly the right
decree of rapidity, and becomes thoroughly hard and fixed
in th^ pores of the wood to which it i.s applied before the
extreme heat of the next season sets in. Use nothing but
Absolutely costs less per job and will wear longer than ury
other. For sale by
Burch Decorating Company
Dealers in Wall Paper. Window Glass, Picture Frames, Var-
Bishes. Oils, etc. 222 W. Ferguson st. opposite Post Office
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