Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 11)09.
T1IE Ih\1 J.Y COURIER.TIMES.
MRS. BETTIE CHGSK LEADS OUT IN
Starts with 1400 Votes and
Represents the Mt. Sylvan,
Garden Vaiíey, Chandler
ALSO ENTERS THE CONTEST
ALL DISTRICTS REPRESENTED
KXCEIT THE OMEN, ARP,
TltOl'PE DISTRICT — OTHER
JREI'R ES I0XTATIV ES WANTED
IN ALL DISTRICTS.
MRS. BETTIE CROOK, repre-
so uting the Alt. Sylvan, Oar-
den Valley, Chandler district. 1400
,1. E. COOK, representing tho
Noonday, Billiard, Flint, Picas
ant Ketreat district 1 40U
MISS IjENA BROWN enters for
Liiululc, Red Springs and Swui i
J. E. COOK. Plensnnt Retreat, R. -.
Tyler, enters for the Noondaj,
Flint, Bulla rd. Pleasant Retreat
MRS. L. J. BOWMAN enters for the
Liberty Hill school and will repre-
sent the Winona, Siiifrvllle. Pino
Springs, Liberty Hill district.
MISS KATIE JOHNSON. Noonday,
R. 8, Tyler, enters for the Noonday,
Flint, Billiard, Pleasant Retreat
MRS. LAI RA B. WOOD enters for
the Noonday, Flint. Dullard. Pleas-
ant Retreat district.
MISS JESSIE HOLMES enters for
the Limlale, Smuii, Red Springs
Mrs B-ttie Crook of the Alt. Syl-
van, (li* rden Valley, Chandler district
is tlie first of the l ep'vselitutivos t>
enfer votes. Air. J. Iv Cook of the
Noonday, Bullird, Flint district com-
ing later with the same number to"
stibsi l ibers ai 1 lies Airs. Cro ik on
tlu- '¡it ¡lililí \' te.
Airs, Cr state.- .-<lu> i- going t>
w.ok hard ti si eur" mc of the big
premiums ai. 1 Air. Conk seem.;
equally as ib termine.I. Both are
hu.-tleis and arc go,.ig to make g nl
There are otln r* busy and some
ntie is going to get «<mie nice prem-
iums ,,ir all the premiums offered t
the representatives and read rs are
jjo.n1. high class «tuff and will give
sat'sfaetion to those who .securo
them. There is no shoddy goods in
our entire list.
We want more representatives in
•ill tlv districts. Send in your name
and let us enter same In the columns
of the paper.
LIST OF PREMIUMS FOR REPRE-
The fourth primium to b • awarded
will ne a scholarship In the Tyler
Commercial College, good f >r any
course taught In this famous cotn-g.*,
and is worth In cas!i it". This pre-
a a i ...
niiuiu will lie awarded to the repre-
s ntathe in tlie district which tends
i'i tlie fourth 1 irgest number of
v< iilv subscriptions to the tfenil-
Viei My O iari"r-Times,
'PIip fifth premium to he awarded
to the re; resentatlves will be a fine
cooking stave sold and guaranteed by
Jas. II. Adams, the big hardware mer
chant. The stove is known as the
Solid Economy, and lias a 22-Inch
o\,r, full nlckle trimmed, duplex
gra le, and sells for $43.
This elegant premium will be
awarded to the repr<%entative in the
fifth district who furnishes the fifth
largest number of subscriptions to
tie' Senii-Weekly Courier-Times.
Davis & Son Piano, Sold and Guaran-
teed by the Leyhe Piano Co.,
Tho above cut cf Davis & Son
Piano readily retails for $350 to $100.
The Leyhe Piano Company having
sold the mot many of the best horn.1
in Smith county. Tho piano is a
leader with this firm and is the same
kind of instrument as was given away
last year by the Semi-Weekly Cou-
rier-Times in a Subscription Getting
Contest. Miss Vonnie Fair of Arp.
Texas, secured the piano in the Con-
S i 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 Semi-
Weekly Co u r i e r-Tl mes.
The sixth and last premium to Ii.j
awarded to tho Semi-Weekly Courier-
times will he an Edison Gem Phono-
graph. which has a metal body bos,
finished In black and guilt enameel,
stands in a polish oak ba.se, and has
antique oak cover which fastens at
both ends; has also a black Japan
nineteen inch horn, and six records
to be selected by the person securing
This premium will be awarded to
the person who secures the largest
number of subscribers furnished by
the sixth district.
PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED TO READERS
The second premium to be given about $100. The John Deer buggy
away in the Semi-Weekly Courier- is one of the best made vehicles on
Times Subscription Getttlng Contest the market. This premium will be
■will be one of those famous John awarded to the representative In tho
Deer top buggies, sold and guaran- district that furnishes the second lar-
teed by Wadel, Caldwell, Hughts & gest number of yearly subscriptions
Patterson, and usually retalla for to the Semi-Weekly Courier-Times.
The district that sends in through
the rrprisentatives of the paper the
largest number of yearly suscrib rs
will be awarded a two and a half
inch Studebnker wagon, with year
brake and spring seat. This wag>n
has all the latest improvements in-
cluding tho brake diper on to tho
back axle, avodiug any down pres-
sure on the back hounds. This
wagon is sold and guaranteed by
U' It. Philips of this city.
The second premium to lie award'd
to the subscribers In the district fur-
nishing the second largest numlur >f
yearly sufiscrlbers to the Semi-Week-
ly Courier-Times will be awarded a
The fourth premium to be awarded be a handsome ladles' or gentlenten'if
io tho sui scrlbers of the distrl t gold filled watch, guaranteed toe,
which will be fourth iu the list will L'li years.
l ililí Premiums.
Thi ii;'tli |.r inium to i.e awarded
f • t u s ii fiber, in the district fur-
>i' hing thi fifth largest amount of
J I 11 I\ Mil s. I \t ¡;i ¡j (1 'UblO*
bar allí led .-hot gun
The sixth premium for the subs-
cribers will lie a set of dinner dish-
es that will be furnished by tho
Dagllsh Hardware Company and will
be a. handsome and valuable pre-
The following will constltuete the
six districts, whic h can extend on a
parallel line into any of the adjoining
Chandler, Now Harmony, Alt. Syl-
van, Garden Valley, and all communi-
ties within the border lines of men-
tinned placet), will constitute a dis-
liullard, Flint, No mday and
Pleasant Retreat neighborhoods will
be a district.
Whitehouse, Copelen, Grange Hall
and Basconi a district.
Troupe, Arp, Omen and Overton a
Winona, Stamllle, Browning, Lib-
erty Hill and J'lne Springs a district
Swan, Lindale and Bed Spring a
This will form six districts and
each district will be awarded two pre-
mium.'., sa ne to be awarded accord-
ing to the number of yearly sub-
scriptions sent In.
These who want to enter the con-
test as representatives of the Seml-
Wrekly C lurler-Tlmca ahould make
.^plication by Jeter ar In person at
tiie office iu T> ler as soon as possi-
ble, and receive full instructions, re-
ceipt books, etc.
Our Air. Hafferty will be In the va-
rio'iH communities from time to time
and will call and explain to any one
Interested in the plan of w,irking for
the premiums offered.
Address all communications to
.Manager, Semi-Weekly Onurier-TlmeS
Subscription Getting Contest, Tyler,
seven drawer, dmp-head, embossed
Singer Sewing Machine, -which i
Is worth $t j, and Is the best machine
tho Sing'r Manufacturing Company
The third premium ta Ms awarded and is the very b*st running maohine
to the representatives of the Send- the Singer Manufacturing Company
\V?ekly Courier-Times will be a sey-
en drawer, drop-head embossed "CC*"
latest improved, ball bearing Singer
Sowing Machine. This machine is
m9 UfhtMt ruralnc auu&in* nude,
n akPH. Thi« flegant machine will be
a^sardfd to the. fapresentatlve in thir
district which sends in the thrld lar-
gest number of yearly subscriben to
tb« SwU-KMkly. Caurler-Hmeg.
The third premium to be awarded numér of yearly suuscrlliers will be
to tha subscribers of the
which aeadi la ,ttht ttord
district a fine enameled iron bed whioh is
largest aa elegant ene la every revpect.
By virttii' and authority of an or-
der of .sale Issued out if the honor-
able the district eniirt, smith count v.
Texii.-., on the ilrd i!.i\ of November,
1!I0!), In favor of Smith & .Marsh Co.,
a corporation, and against Josle lu-
gr.ini and Starling Ingram, in cuiuse
No. HIT! , and to me directed, com-
manding me to n.aki' certain
mom ys in said order of sale men-
tloneil, I hav" l"Vb d on and relzed
all the right, title and Interert of the
abovi named Josle In.gram and St ir-
ling Ingram In and to the following
describe-i real and |>eisoi-al property
situate, lying and being In the coun-
t,- of Smith, state of lexa-t. to-wlt:
30 acres if the I, (..irdiier survey,
abstract No. US, .silliel'il lliiut 10
mibs north of east of the #lty of
Tyler on what is known as the Thun-
der Struck road .and being the samo
tract of laud deeded to Henry Gard-
Also one dark bay horse null
about 15 bands high
Taken and levied on as the proper-
tv if the above named defendants,
Josie Ingram and starling Ingram,
and I will, on the llrst Tu.sday in
December, th« sanie being the
7th day of said month, at the court
house door, In Smith county. T'xa.-,
between th > hours nf I0 o'clock In
the r irewMn find 4 o'cl ick in the af-
ternoon of said day. offer for sale et
Jiu'llic fillt(l\-, tn the higi'.est and
lust bidder, for -ash In hand, all of
th<- above dr-scrlbed property, or so
much there if as will satisfy a judg-
ment amounting to $|S4.L':i in favor
of Smith iV .Marsh C impair.,-, a cor-
poration, end costs of suit.
S. W. Smith.
Sheriff of Smith County.
By Geo. <\ Burruss, Deputy.
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers wtbo value ttieir own ooma
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never be without a box od
Mother Gray's Swet Powders for chil-
dren, for use throughout the season.
They break up colde, cure feverish-
cess, oonsti/patlcn, teething disorders,
headache and stomach tix>ubles.
THESE POWDERS NEVKLK KAilb.
Sold by all drug stores, 25c. Dont
aocept any smbatitute. A trial paolo-
age will be sent KREtJ to any nw>tih«r
who will address Allen S. Olmsted,
l^e Roy, N. T.
Women Like Houston,
San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 11.—Tho
executive committee of the Texas
Women's Preps Association yes|t>r-
day selected Houston aa the next
meeting place in April.
l)ELE<a.VTES TO WOMAN'S
I* dlowltig is a list of delegates t>
the Woman's .Missionary Cnlon m>W
in .session at the I-'irst Presbyterian
eli ii reh:
Airs. W. L. Hickman, Allss Lena
Mrs. Butler, Longvlew.
Airs. J. P. Russell, Honey Grove.
Mrs. C. C. Marr, Mrs. C. H. Raw>«
lins, Marshall. *
Misses Janie Grant and Marie
Mesdames V'arner. T. B. Caldwell,
Johnston, Win Met, Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. Henderson, Miss Crews. Lin-
Mrs. W. A. Wilbanks. Airs. Clar-
ence McLean. < Iri en vilie.
Dr. ,T. T. Hancock, missionary Co
Mr. ,T. 11. McLean, superintendent
Orphans' Home, Files, Texas.
J. A. Williams. ■
A Fool, \\l> HIS MONEY.
Comment of Brooklyn Lawyer Who
Bid Not Get mi OlUee.
New York, Nov. 11.—Franklin Tay
lor, a P.roolyn lawyer, who ran for
municipal judge at the recnt elec-
tion and lost, has tiled his expense
account which totaled $832.23 with
the county clerk.
"All of which serves ;to demon-
strate," Mr. Taylor reflectively com-
ments in his paper, that a "fjol and
lHa money are aooo pasted.*^
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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/m1/5/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.