Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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SATl'RDAV, XOVKMIíKR 13. 1 0®-
A GOOD WOHKEB IN A GREAT W03K W0MAN m JMHOIBE
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(Prom Thursday's Dally.)
Yesterday tin- court ho us w rk-
¡>-.< n elevated f.nc woman In this city
to .i 11 • <-. t exalted ¡i viltlon.
\\'< ref i to the ií"iM'-.sj4 of liberty,
we • 11 j | > o.~ < • .she will be call' I, which
uüj- j.ut on the dome of the court
'Phis Is a c >iwr Hgnr*-. 11 feet In
height, reprinting a Woman, hoi 1
ing In one hand a sword an'l !•'
till oilier the .-cabs fit justice.
The figure at i's topmost point is
li;o feet from the «round, though It
do's not look th. t high. It weigh.
• oral hundred |> uinds, and the old
lai'y was liugg. ■(1 several tim<*s whil'
| b< ing put on her exalted position,
j This lady no doubt is very proud of
her place on top of the temple "f
justice, as í-he i the only • woman
who will ever have the honor of
.-■l:.riding >n top f the Smith county
Immediately under tills .statue, the
el i i k will he placed. We learn that
th" clock will be n:ade by the How-
ard Clock Company, It will have a
Hx foot dial .and the strike can be
heard live miles. it Is said. It will
face all f jur points of the com pas-,
and when In good running order, it
will not be necessary f >r our citizens
to wind up their Waterhury watches
often, r th in once every two or thr.
months, for they can tell the time
of day at any old time by looking at
the hi:? lourt house clock.
Special Offerings ^
Of Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Suits
for the Month of November at
GOLDSTEIN & BROWN'S
U. ('. STM I.JVi.S. Tiler. Tcuis, I'. *. \uent Parmer-. < <i-opcr>itiw \V«H*k
ern id. i "
>i lililí Te i-i olí , :ti...n of
a lit. v. !i > hi aided mat • : -
idvanet'iiM nt if ta mi d-
iKrh aliare M- I. ir n t .
wort of •!> ei l an lit 1'lliti d Stab -
Depart n iit of Agrn ultur. , Nov. !:.
llrth. !|e «i rvei! in thi* . mitity one
year In Smith county and the iiexl
two years In Smith and Ch« r >k>■■
counties During the .- threi years
h" h is >nlisted SOU farmers into tie-
work, out of this number ""iO '¡-
% ttv m held out and have m ide go id,
and from the« others hrive received
In'tr'ictloim and encouragement and
ar employing modern f.irmlng
methods us it direct r-sult .f the ef-
forts and teachings of this ever
tlve, patient, earn.st conscientlotn
nial capable f.ir.-Ti r and farmer In-
C'ub of this elt> r-e igniting the im-
portance of th • work l r. Knapp was
doing In Ti «fl utid 'desiring a cap-
able man to work •■specially and ex-
clusively In Smith county arrang I
w'th Ur. Knapp that the i li h would
pay |7f 0 on the salary and expense:
of ®uch m..n nti 1 the club rec nn-
mended and secured Ihe appoint-
ment of Mr Stalling*. because of his
fltne s and eminent ipinllfiojttions as
on e.lueiited farmer. At that time
our farmers were making 10 ti UO
I' d: of cO': per icl'e ,a :id til" be-
ll. that tli• - was n I t corn grow i tu:
eountr/ was v 1| tiltil univers'l. t'n-
d-r the met '.id.Is taught I v .Mr. Stal-
ling the yield U from :¡i.' t-> IÍ0
b i h.K p or aere and it has been
III •!"< nu lly < 1 -•::i «nstrited that ours
Is a corn and forage country. Under
the ,1,| meth 'd We got ;;00 to GOO
pounds of . . | c'ottori per acre. Un-
der the modern methods we are get-
li:",' from S00 to -200 ¡jounds of seed
c 111 o n t , the acre. The yield of both
cotton and c >rn have iiwr ase. I over
SO p r cent «l.:ce Mr. Stalling* b-garr
work in the county and he has Jon:
mu.'h to b"i|¡i about these re.-u'.ts. It
'..as he \.'u ) took the lues corn club
of Smith coimtx to Dallas which cap-
tir.v.l tia- corn trophy, at the recent
Mr. Stalling^ N a native of Geor-
gia, has resld-'d in Smith county
since 1 SS0 lie is a superb christian
mail, honest, earnest, patient, indus-
trious conscientious and capablJ.
T1 • Courier-Times wishes to express
its di i p appreciation ef the great
work of this good man, for such as
he, arc th? men who cause the
wheels of Smith county" progresa to
turn, and to ,-ueh as he is honrr due.
ill.: field next year is Cherokee an 1
Angelina counties. The people >i
these counties are lucky to get him.
moved to the Uncíale country where
they will put in several months of
As stated sovi ral times before, this
gang Is jmw under the direction of
Commissioner Strange, but wheo
transferred to the Múdale precinct,
they will be under the direction Ot
Commissioner M \ I lory.
There is much needed work in the
I,Indale country, and no doubt the
I,lúdale people will subscribe extra
funds, as the Tyler people tvave done
lot the purpose i f putting an extra
force t i supplement the coufity
forces ir. that vii Irdty.
work that has been done by
the county forces in different por-
tions of the county will materially
aid the farmer of all sections in
hauling tli- it" produce to market, and
a.fti r all they ar. the ones wlfo have
to pay the heavy cost of bad roads,
and therefore should be the first onei
to receive the benefits of the good
<;<-\ I:H\OK < XMPBDIYL
HOT IN THR COLLAR
Austin Tex., Nov. 11.—Goaded by
criticisms following the reports of
the penitentiary committee, which
showed conditlorá alarming At ?i
number of penal Institutions, Gover-
nor Campbell today threw off his re-
ferió, and roundly denounced the
criticisms and scired the committee.
Gov Campbell was spurred to re-
ply by an nrtielc in a San Antonio
paper this morning. He declares
the investigating committee is only
stirring up old chaig s and abuses,
and said reports are exaggerated be-
lan-c if its antagonism to the pres-
ent administration. The governor
dec lared he doesn't expect to call a
special s ss! ir. of the legislature, see-
ing no reason for such action.
Ladies and Misses Copt Suits. $1."> and
¡>17.50 value, priced for (ft I a j-r|
this November sale wp 6 ZiOu
Ladies and Misses Coat Suits, a $20 and
$22.50 value, marked down (h I C fifi
for this month only vP I OaUU
Ladies and Misses Coat Suits, splendid
valus at $25, special for this J Q fifi
November sale... I UaUU
Ladies and Misses fine tailored suits,
very latest style and ia all the newest
shades to select from. Rood value at ?30
special for the month of No- f%(% r a
Ladies tailored suits made of all the
newest materials and in all the most
popular shades a $85 value fifi
for th it- November sale ZOaUU
Ladies ready-máde Skirts
$5.50 value, now
Ladies ready made skirts good TP
value at y.00 and 10.00, now__ § aUU
Ladies ready made Skirts
$(5.50 value, now___
Ladies ready made skirts, a
12.50 value, now
OITICKRS OF FA Ii >11-IRS'
Joshua Strong of Indiana is tlected
President of Tlmt Organ),
Ualeigh, X. C., Nov, 11.—J"i hua
Stiong .vas elected president of th-i
Farmers' National Congress here at
the clotting of the session.
The otiier offlcers chosen were ;ts
irst vice president, Charles San-
Second vice president, N. P. Jew-
ett of Kansas.
Secretary-Treasurer, W. I* Amos,
Secretary, George Wh (taker of
John Kimball of Maryland, R. M
Surlas of Nebraska and O. D. Hull
of Nebraska, assistant secretaries.
Two addresses were made at the
close of the session. State Horticul-
turist Hull of North Caraollna, dls-
cuMed the advantages if the moun-
tain regions for growing fruits, and
Prof. C. L. Newman of the Agricul-
tural and Mechanical College oí
North Carolina spoke on the sub-
ject, "Legumes as Conservators of
STRAYED OR STOLKN—One dark
Ifc'.v mar", 14 hands high, 5 years old,
white hind feet, few white spoa on
back, shod in front. Owner lives
near Winona. Deliver to Wadel,
Caldwell, Hughes & Patterson, and
receive $á.00 reward. 91
Reduction price on our entire line of l|
Ladies' and Misses', Children's and I
B Infant's Coats during November 1
Special !o Courier-Times.
Fort Wcrth, Tex., «Nov. 10.—The
case of Charles Wood, convicted in
the district court on a charge of mis-
appropriation of fit neis of the Wood
National Hank recently, came up in
t!i. federal circuit court of appeals
todav. Wood wao given eight years
sentence at San Antonio, sometime
ago. He was refused new trial, and
then appealed the case. He Is of a
Mother's Club Will Meet.
The Mother's Club of the Gary
school will meet Friday afternoon,
Nov. 1:2 ,at ü o'clock. Ther£ will bo.
a general discussion of physical cult-
ure for children. All members are
urged to be present promptly at 3
VLL KAN > !!F!>S ON THIS ROAD
FROM rVI.KIt HAVK 11K.KN
A suhn ripC -n list w is atartwi > • j-
t'-nlay alterinmn for th'- purple o'
ralclng money to complete plating
the Carden Valle/ road bctwee;
Carroll and Cardt-n \'alle-,. When
this work Is don. ,ther< will be a fire
road all the way fr >ni Oarden S ail
to Tyler , tnil will rivi' one of til. best
—If not tlu best !■ id in the couti-
ti—from that pH. e to thin city. It
will also provi of \, st benefit t
farne rs wh > come to Tyler to traib
from Van X;imlt ¡mil from the north '
*vi*t section "f the couritj
When this str.-tch of road Is com-
pleted, th. county teams will bf
¿ ''ii '
«a/su mm■ - ■ ^.
| Goldstein & Brown ¡
To Meet Friday.
The I .ad Ies Social Circle will meet
on Friday, Nov. 12, at G p. m. with
Mrs. Smith at the home of J. B. May-
field on Cham-wood Hill. The answer
to roll call will be "A timo when I
received a special blessing." General
discussion «ill be a continuance of
the .«same subject given last meeting
This being our tirst anniversary, all
members are urged to be present and
make the occasion one long to be re-
Special to Courier-Times.
i'an Antonio, Tex., N >v. 10.—That
there are thousands ol' cases of hook-
worm Iri the Southern states was the
statement of I r. Boyd before the
Southwest Medical Association here
He urged each rfhd every physician
to take steps t > eradicate it wherever
found. This was bad enough, said
the speaker, hue It was , nly compar-
able ro the number of small children
who start in life handieappecf because
their parents were Ignorant or did noc
/earn the vicious effects of allowing
adenoids to go unchecked.
Special to Courier-Times.
Waco, Tex., Nov. 10.—John Shaw,
a furniture mover, was fatally
w utnded this morning when a stick
-if dynamite fell from a mattress lie
was eariying from a house. The ex-
plosion practically demolished the
-house, which was occupied by ne-
NI RSFRY STOCK BFIVG
SHIPPED FROM TYLER.
Nearly cerv express car that goes
out from Tyler now is loaded with
fruit trees and other nursery stock
being shipped to all sections of tiie
country by the many nurseries around
this city. The business is unusually
good for this season of the year,
To Record Vital Statistics.
Austin, Tex., Nov. 10.—The depart-
ment of health has been advised by
the following cities that they will es-
tablish ¿i department cf vital statis-
tics: San Marcos, Marlln, Yoalchum,
Tyler, Loclchart, Nacogdoches and
Amurillo Church's Showing.
Amarillo, Te.x., Nov. 10.—With
membership of !)(!l, and a Sunday
school with SOO attendants and a total
collect! m of money for the confer-
ence year just closed. It is probable
that the Amarillo Polk Street Meth-
odist churoll stands at the head of
any congregation in a city of thU
size. The figures are taken from the
annual report approved. Or th j
total membership list approximately
300 were added during the present
year under the pastorate of Rev. O
J. P. Starnes and family moved to
lylt-r this week. Mr. Starnes will
rent a farm near Tyler and will raise
truck. He Ls a good farmer and the
people of the. Lindale country hate
to see him and his family leave here.
THE HAPPY MAN
Is the one who rides in a buggy or surrey bought
of Brown & McFarland.
A New Car Just Received!
Prettier styles and better quality for less money than the common
ones are selling for. Largest stock of Buggy Harness. Our satisfied
customers are numbered by the hundreds. We sell for cash or In-
Brown & McFarland
Agents for "Buick" Automobiles in Tyler.
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909, newspaper, November 13, 1909; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179600/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.