Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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There is but one wav to c tre aii old sot« or clironio ulcer, and that U
to remove t he emu 1 th::t ; i .uluc -s and keeps it oxmu No matter wher*
located, any í:ure t \at rc-ma, ire tti.vil it becomes chronic does so because of
nip«re Mood; the circulation ocms antly dischftree* tts polluted mutter into
the p .«e a-:<1 it is impossible fox nature to heal the sore. s.á.S. heals
soreaantiulcer* by purifyr'^ the blood. It removes every trace of taint
or impurity from the tirculttion. and thus comptetel" does away with the
cause. No local application rtntha below the infected flesh at the spot,
®nt?lor no t ir.itive etTect ou u sore or ulcer; while
suio treatment i being : ¡ ed alore, the germs and impurities are constantly
ineteaainpr in the blood *nd the sore is bound to grew worse. When S.SS.
has clean-pd the blood and enriched aud purified the circulation the
place begin* to take on a ív.cro healthv appearance, the different symptoms
show improvement, the flesh around the ulcer ■ >t- firm, new skin and
tissues are formed, and aided by pure, ric!i blood, nafre | ovides a perfect
and lasting cure. Under the tonic and blood-puri! • i:i■ otlects of S.S.S., the
system is built up, and those whose health has been 1 .¿red by the druin
and worry of an old sore will bo greatly benefited by i:s use. Book on
Bores and Ulcers and any medical advice freo to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
CONDENSED TELEURAMS FROM
MX OVER THE COUNTRY
FOR OUR READERS.
Charles Porcles, the no led Kiench
STATE DKIWUTMUNT OP L\IU>R
Wild. BKiilN NEW LINE OF
WORK THIS WEEK.
Austin. T> x., Nov. 10.—Fac t, ry In
Bpectiim wi?l begin by the Department
< f I«'ibor Statistics this week, prob-
ably Wednesday, when Deputy Com-
missioner If. (}. Wagner will leave
Austin on tin first round.
Mines, milN. factories anil every-
thing of tI Ih kind 'will be inspected,
iind special attention will be paid to
vi ilatioiih, of the child labor law. ac-
cording to I>• puty Wagner.
The department. has put in its time
frince September 1 in trying to dis-
seminate information relative to the
labor laws of the state, and believe*
that the time is now ripe for inspec-
tion. 1'rom pow* until January 1 the
insiievtions will be hurried, in an ef-
fort to cover the entire fit Id by that
flood Roads Meeting at Lintlale.
- The Reporter is requested by Dr.
Tate to an-iounce there will be a
good oads m<eting held In Llndal*
n ;t Thursday, November ll, at 1:30
o'clock. A committee from Tyler will
t<e here and important business will
be transacted. Let everyone who can
be op hand promptly, and do all y >u
can in the matter of securing good
MEN ART: AS Hfc LPL.Jb.SS
When Tnlccn Suddenly 111—Here is n
Common Sense Safeguard.
Rig, str.in? man is ok a helpless*
Infant when he is suddenly ill.
Tie .-turdiist chap in tr wn usually
ltwes his self-contr 1, and is utt rly
unable to regard his condition with
the common sens? that characterizes
his every day actions.
For example: He comee ihonv*
tffPdf eats a heavy dinner, and siU
down to read and smoke away a
Suddenly he notices a weight in
around hii neart and a feeling of
sufleoation. Thoughts of '"heart
disease" rush over him a-.d In lii-s
agony lie fears the worst.
His trouble was acute in digestion
brought on by overloading his tired
A couple of Dyspepsia Tablets
would have given him instant re-
lief—WiWltl have saved him hours
" Carry a T>a< kage of Rexall Dys-
pepsia Tablets in your veft pocket,
oi k' ep them in your room. Take
one -ifti?r each heavy meal an.i
indigestión will not bother y. u.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablet*, remedy
stomach troubles by supplying the
one element, the absence of which
In the gastric juices causes indi-
gestion and dyspepsia. They aid
the stomach to digest fo<Ml and to
quickly convert it Into rkh r^.l
loow and materia necessary for
overcoming natural body waste.
We know what Rexall Dyspepsia
Tableta are and what they will do.
We guarantee them to relieve in-
digestion and dyspepsia. If they
■flail we will refund your monew.
Thre© sizes: 25 cents, 50 cents and
$.00. Remember you can obtain
Rexall Remedies in Tyler only at
•our stare—Irlon-Drake Ddug Com-
Hie New Ctapital Hotel.
Thw New Capital Hotel at Tyler,
L. M. Oreen, proprietor, Is the beet
■hotel TVler has ever had. serving
the beat mwals, having the best room
and beet beds and the very beet ser-
vices. Rates are Í2.00 per day,
single meals 60 cents, and you fet
your money's worth . Front of City
•«tghes' now crop rlbon
F rrwr í MrFarland's
PUTTING ON AIHS
eomposir, is dead
O ir>H r «I itn t' !• v. w
nit, i.~ la d nt ^ ni Aug' I .
1j. nison h iurd ««f trud-
a good roads eatupalgu
Denton county Sundny
a sucersst'ul mi eting at
Sliio.il l ulld
in i igurat
ixsidj: iíi:i\(¡ chven xi:\v coat
or I'AIXT. \\I) OTIIKKWISE
HI l\(; "SI'KCCKD" 1*1*.
tra< t< d
making his imun 's this morn
Courii r-Times man wa.s at-
to tin' Jvvter National bank
• Missive mi til of p tint an I
this being tuiMsuíil, w ut in to inves-
tigate. The wh «it int rior and ex-
teri >r woodwork • f the bink is being
!ii\in a new tout of paint.
Mr. Je«t. r stales that he is merely
trving to keep abreast with his busi-
ness, The bank will have all tin
wainscotting in pure while and tin*
walls in light tan. Tills will be set off
by tii • many eohuvd st el ceiling, and
the walnut lurnilure prtsents a beau-
tiful picture which is very pleasing to
This bank seems to he growing
•■•very day and still bears the reputa-
tion if being the oldest bank in the
The second story of the building is
also being "spruced up" and goner
SICE WAS CURED.
Ji'lon-Droke Drug Co. Sells the Pre-
scription that Stops all Stomach
Mrs. M¡¡ i Henderson says: "Ml-o-
j.:i tur a me cf stomach trouble of
l ipg standing. My trouble came from
a weak and impaired condition of
the digestive orgias. My food did not
digest, but ferm'-nted, making gas,
which pressed against my heart and
on many occasions I expected to die
I d ictored and used remedies without
success or relief, until using M1-o«na
I was cured." 2S2 Pavone St., Ren-
to . Harbor, Mich., 1308.
Mi-o-na is guaranteed
Praka Drug Co. to cure
or any íton-arh dDease
Mi-o-na for belching of gas.
Mi-o-na for distress after eating.
Mi-o-na for foul breath.
Mi o-na for biliousness.
"Mi-o-na to wake up the liver.
Ml-o-na for heartburn.
Mi-o-na for rickheadache.
Mi-o-r.a for nervous dyspepsia.
Mi-o-na after a banquet.
Ml-a-na for vomiting of pregnancy.
Mi-o-na lor car or s<\vsickne«s.
Mi-o-na for ovcr-indjlgenec of the
Fifty cents a large box at leading
dealers everywhere and in Tyler by
Irlon-Drake Drug Co.
card of Thanks.
To the many friends who ío kindly
remembered us in cur recent afflic-
tion, the Hints* iml death of our
wife arid mother, We take this n ethod
—because of the grea*. number—to
express our appreciation; but can
only say we thank you. Your re-
ward we hope is reserved in heaven.
Dr. T. J. Re'l,
Rev. J. 1- Hell and family,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Prestwood
Joihn V. Hughes ind children,
Dr. O. G. Bell and wife.
Dewitt B. Bell and family.
DEATH BY GARS
Special to Courier-Times.
New Orleans. I.a,, Nov. 10.—J. J.
Miller of El Paso, Texas, was run
over by a train and killed In the
Southern Pacific yards here late last
night. It Ls believed Miller was lyln?
on the track as the body was not dls*
covered until the engine and eight
cars had passed over It He wa<
Identified by papers in his pocket. He
was well dressed and appeared pros-
perous. The yciron<!|ji' is trying to ló-
cate his relatives in El Paso.
Dold Parking Company will locate
a branch h >u.-e at San Angt lo.
R O. Wyll , a prominent Green-
\llle merchant, dies at Mineral Wells.
Honduras aim mm oh that *h<> has
millions of pine tri s for sale.
Mil Hackl"!, charged with murde",
acquitted b\ a Hunt county jury.
(}<>orc > M tllison, a Santa Fe brake-
man. run oier and killed at Coleman
Robert Janus, a son of the former
noti d bandit, has been divorced from
Ned Cichran, a full-blood Chero-
kee Indian, run over and killed by a
train at Muskogee.
Six hun lred Nicaraguan troops
ambushi d by revolutionists and om
hundred are slain.
Three men kllhd and a number of
people injured in a head-on collision
Roht. L. Rountree, senior editor of
the Mount Vernon Optic, dies at his
home of Bright's disease.
Romo dispatches state that the re-
ports that former President Roosevelt
is ill in Afiica are untrue.
Eil Deoste, an Abilene man, is
drowned while hunting ducks on lake
n¿>ar that city. His boat capsized.
David R. Franc is >f Missouri has
be, n named as first vice president of
the American exposition at Berlin.
J. Ii. Pollard, a prominent farmer
of Mcintosh county, Oklahoma, has
mysteriously disappeared from his
Miss Winnie Carter, a seventeen-
year-old girl, shoots herself through
the body at Manit>u, Okla. She may
Proposition of Senator Cullom of
Illinois to disfranchise the negro
voters of the South creates a lively
interest at Washington.
Rev. C. M. Jarrel!, a Cumberland
Presbyterian minister seventy-five
years old. sustains a fall at Gaines-
ville from the effects >f which hf
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To get the "Cook's Book"
Secure the coupon from a 25-cent can of K C
Making Powder. Cut this out, write name
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If you have never tried K C Baking Powder, this is the time to buy
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Modern Decalogue Drawn l'p by the
Queen of Roumanla.
PRESENTED AT LYRIC.
Commencing Tomorrow Night
Rem lick Company Will Pre-
sent New Bill.
Aju ther pleased aiu'ierco wis th
result of last night's performance of
"Just An American" at the Lyric
This dever comedy-drama ls prov-
ing all that has heen said about It
and it is undoubtedly one <-.f the mos*
interesting productions put on i y the
iteadick St< ck Ccrrpany, since their' frieñj to him.
arrival :n TyW. Anyone seeing e '
performance by this capable organi-
zation i« alwavs assured of a pleas-
ant and enjoyable evening. Nothing
is overlooked in making each pro-
duction an entire success In every
The management of the Lyric
wishes to announce that next Friday
night, will be amateur night. The
amateurs will hold the boards im-
mediately following the regular per-
formance. Any loral talent desiring
to compete on that night can learn
full particulars by applying at
Simon's lee cream parlor.
Commencing tomorrow night and
continuing through Saturday night,
the offering ac the Lyric will be "A
Hace for a Million," another clever
Popular price matinee Saturday.
1. Thou i-halt not cause the first
quarrtl, but, if unavo'dable, tight it
through bravely. To bo victor in the
first d miestic quarrel may have a
tendency to elevate the In thy hus-
band's inin¿l for nil futur".
2. Thou i>hnlt not forget that thou
hast marrb d a man, not 1 g id. There
fore be nut surprised by his frailties
'J. Thou shalt not always talk mon-
ey to thine husband. Rather try to
get along 01 the allowance ho nuik-
4. If thou eonsidcrv'st thine hus-
band heartless, remember that, verily,
he hath a stomach. By persistently
appealing to his stomach with well
cooked meals thou mayest, after all.
touch his heart.
5. Once in a grc^t while, but not
too often ,thou slialt let him have the
last word. Jt tickled him and will
not do thee any harm.
6 Thou shalt rea 1 the whole news-
paper and magazine, not merely the
stories dealing with scandal and so-
elty. Thine hnsband will he pleasant-
ly surprised to find, off and >n, that
he can talk on general topic and
even on polities with his wife.
7 Thou shalt not be rude even
when quarreling with thy hup hand
F irg -t not that a one time in tiiy life
th<u didst consider him little short
of a demigod.
8. Then shalt, fr-uu lime, to time,
allow thine husband t" know a little
more than thysdC, admitting that
thou art not infailil le all tlirmgh.
P. If thine husband H a smart man
thou shalt be his friend; if he is not,
thou tdialt be both counselor and
MATIC FIRE SYSTEM
10. Thou shalt esteem thy hus-
band's relatives, especially his moth-
er. Remember that she loved hlirt
long before th ni didst.—Short Stories.
WOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN OPENS.
Improvements Arc Proposed In tilo
Vicinity of DcnUon.
On« solid coso sweate-s In «11 coolrs
for men and for luc, at Brown
& McFarland'*, tf
Denton, Tex., Nov. 10.—A whirl-
wind campaign began vesterday In
behalf of a bond issue of $250 000, t
run forty yedis, for the purpose o"
conetrii' ting slxrty-t.vo miles of im-
proved "ladd leading oat jt Denison.
Maps huvo been made of the r->a.l(i
j r<vpn.««5il to be improved anil school
lnu.Rf: moetingg will bo held at which
the mak.s will be shown. It esti-
mated the avenge tax to pay off t'no
bonds will amotint to 11 8-10c on tho
$100 assessed valuation of the road
MAYER & SCHMIDT INTRODUC-
ING SOMETHING NEW IN
FROM HIS FOOT
REV. ilNO. ADAMS SUIIM1TS TO
PAINFUL OPERATION YES-
Among the Improvement now go-
ing on :n this (ity i.s the Intalhng of
an antoriitie fire extinguisher Thej'e
plants are used in many of the larger
dry goods st ires of the country, and
the one being installed by the Tyler
firm is probably the on'y one In Tex-
as cast (if Dall.it-,
The cost is about $2500, but thB
reduction allowed by the fire insur-
ance companies in the rate, as a re-
sult of having this plant, it If said, ls
sufficient to pay for itself in three or
fmr years time.
The building ii equipped with wi-
ter pipes in the basement, second and
third floors. At Intu va's of seven or
eight fiit sprays are located which
are stopped with wav, which melts at
a certain consistency of heat, causing
the watt r to burst forth .thus flooding
the entire store, if it should be a fire
all over, at >ne time. Should then r
a fire in the show window, for in-
stancr, and the wax Is melted tha*
section of the .store will receive the
benefit of water from the spray locat-
The pip. s of course are kept filled
with water constantly, mil while the
stock wiulil likely hr ruined largely,
t>y water, the fixtures and building
would be saved.
The wati r main "n the northwest
corner of the square i* being tapped
and the main Is being laid down
North College str< ■ l, entering the
store or the side on Oolh ge street.
It will take several days to install
It was necessary Tuesday morning
fe- Ií< v John Adams to undergo the
serious . peratie* of having several
bones removed from h's left foot.
It will be recalled ly our readers
that this ¡'g"d minister bos been suf-
fering for four months with an ab-
Kej-.sed condition of this foot brought
on by stirklng a nail In it. Several
minor operations have previously'
been gone through with, but account
of diseased one tho wound would not
The operation yesterday was for
the purpose of taking out this diseas-
We are much pleased to not? that
Dr. Adams passed through the ordeal
.-pit ndldly and is doing nicely toda,
with every prospect r.ow of recover-
Ing completely and rapidly.
Special to Courier-Times.
Galveston, Tc\., Nov. 1,0.—Tho en-
tire ««rcw « £ the dredge, Holm, duo to
clr<ar foj- Holland this morning, de-
serted during the night, declaring the
craft Is unseaworthy ahd food pro-
vided for the 1 rip unfit. The enptuiu
alone remain.* In e.Tntl^. The v> fw i
sailed a week ago, but was forced to
return after covering .10 miles, owln>,
to inadequate coal supply. The cap-
tain believes he will difficulty in en-
listing new crcw.
Special to Courier-Times.
^Vaeo, Tex., N >v. 10—The second
safo blowing and r ibbery In McLen-
nan county since Monday night oc«
corred early this morning at Kiesel,
n. ¿ir Waco, when veggrnon dynamited
the safe of H. W. Ainsworth's store,
se-jnrlng $000. About <100 represent-
ed th postofflee funds, as the post-
ofhcc is located In the building.
Offic. rs believe today's robbciy w*xi
«•ffected by the same gang that crick-
ed the safe if Lorena Mercantile Co..
at Lorcna, last Monday. They ara
working on clues.
FIGHT AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS,
Negroes Join in tho Campaign at a
MWIing in Stin Antonio.
San Antonio, Toaos, Nov. 10—Tha
Colored State Antl-TuD«rcal(«l Bo*
fíiiíty i holding rt «i Mjton it tbls city,
it,! bivcclj' attí
The; organisation ii-. r n.slderlng vig-
orcus measures for carrying on tho
campaign against the dreaded e'isoasa
of consumptl >n and has appointed a
vice president for each county in tha
stale, whasc duty it shall be to or-
ganize leagues In every church, lodge
and boarding house in the state.
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