Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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SKJfl-WEEKLY COURIER -TIMKS
sATtltliAY. #« V£>IUKR 13. I#0 .
Eactra Special Good Values in our
$25,000 Half Price Purchase
NOW ON SALE
700 to 800 Men's Suits in worsted, Cheviots and Casimeres,
excellent fitting garments, cut and made in proper style, not
a garment in the lot but would cost you regularly from 1-3 to
1-2 more than we ask for them.
$19.50 down to
$5.00 a suit
Men's, Youths and Children's Overcoats. 250 to 300 to
$15.00 down to $1.90
Men's Pants, sizes 50 in waist down to 28
Youth's Pants, sizes 37 in length down to 27
$4.90 to 95c a pair
Knee Pants, hundreds of pairs
$1.25 down to 19c
Woolen and Cotton piece
goods, dress goods, silks,
Quantities to select from are great, ranging from the best
down to the cheapest grades, enough 6Í them to fill an ordi-
nary size store room.
$1.25 down to 4c a yard
Skirts for Ladies & Misses
About 400 Skirts, Voile, Panama, Broadcloth, Cheviot and
$8.90 down to 50c
Men's Shirts & Underwear
An enormously big line of both, you will appreciate the selec-
tion and the low prices.
$1.75 down to 19c
Hats, Shoes, Trunks, Millinery and Notions. Sale lasts till Nov. 27. Gome now.
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Becoming a mother should be a
source of joy, but the suffering
incident to the ordeal makes
£l^its anticipation one of dread.
^ Mother's Friend is the only rem-
edy which relieves women of
much of the pain of maternity;
this hour, dreaded as woman's severest trial, is not only made less pain-
ful, hot danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are
no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distress-
ing conditions are overcome, ~
and the system is prepared for
the coming event. "It is worth
its weight in gold," say many
who have used it.
81 M p« r boltl*. Hmtk <>f valuoto
i vil exiMtctajn mother* 1 rt^e.
lb« Brad field (tafclator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Mu V Ijr Visible to tlu- Naked l>e 111
Providence, It. 1., Nov, 11.—Hal-
Joy's conn t wan olv-erve.l here last
nljpht nt I .a ild i Hwervatory, Brown
University, by Professor AVinslow
Upton. The omet, l'rof'.ssor Upton
ways ,ls quite faint and Js about the
twelfth magnitude. The observation
was made with a l--inch telescope.
The <m,met. according to Professor
Upton, .should 1m \ isibh' with tte-
naked eye in .Tanmiry.
(■ u 11', Texas and Western,
Kort AVorth, Tex., Nov 10.—Tlie
Mrt>-H'uirl, Kansas and Texas railroad
p! i I' d rTuiKv t i violating the 2K-
hotir li\c -t >:-u law this morning her
in the !"' deral rmr!, and was lint.vl
Twi Ive similar ea>.-.v against the
Fort Worth Belt road Is n -xt jn the
dock t. The law prohibits the de-
te;ition of e.atlc longer than twenty-
eight hours in car- at their destina-
Jaeksboro, T« Nov. 11.—15. n 1!.
Cain, vhi pi'i-sideiit and general
manager and Fred How man, his as-
sistant, ¡,t' the líulf, Texas and \V< <t-
< rn railroad are in the city looking
after the affairs of the company. Mr.
Cain expi'i -as nlmsfll' a.s will pleas-
id with everything in copnection
with their elegant new passenger and
freight di pot her, imder construc-
tion. lt> says the cost of the new
station will jT-'atlv ex- i ed thnr or
Everyone knows when he is constipated, and every-
one should know the risk he is running when he fail
to promptly corrcct it.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
Is a Bowel Tonic and Regulator.
It empties the bowels just as thoroughly as the harsh,
griping cathartics and docs it mildly, comfortably, pleas-
antly. Moreover, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it
because the bowels remain healthy and regular thus there
is no return to constipated conditions.
0«t the Oenuliie with the Figure "3" In Red o* Front Label.
Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle.
Spi eia I lo < 'oiirlei -Tlir.es.
Aniarill i. Tex., Xov. 1 i.—ftherift
Hughe-- am. Poller- Cli'.f Snyder to-
day ."¡/.id and conl'.scated 150 cases
of whiskey consigned to T. C. Alitcll-
edd, and prosecution undir felony
statute is believed probable. This H
tin1 1 iggi st seizure by ollieers en-
foreli.g the Potter county local op
tlor. law. Tho whldiey is valued n'
Special to Courier-Times.
Winsboro, La., Xov. 11.—Follow-
ing a quarrel iver a card game,
Omang Newman, a \vealtliy ranch-
man of Dallas, was shot and killed '
here late, last night.
The police .-ay I). 1j. Ward fired
the shot which also wounded Mr
Newman. Newman and Ward had
been playing poker when Newman
produced a winning hand ano Ward
accused him of cheating and a quar-
rel ensued, with foregoing results.
At Starley's Drug Store
YOUNG MEN "WANTED.
The United States Government Gives
Railway Mall clerks $800 a Year
to tSart ami Increases to $1200.
KT/KS \V1IX Gl\ I-: RECEP-
TION THANKSGIVING EVE.
There \\ ill lie Dancing, Rcfre^luiient
nrwl ii General (¡«.oil Time
The Courier-Times is requested t-1
announce that the 101 ks are preparlri-
t i have ai big time on Thanksgivng
evening, at which time they will hav"
their annual reception.
Thepo are epoch-making events i'i
the history of T,. l< r s >ch t.v and w
are assured that tho reception th -
year will be more d&boiatc thaiy ever
The Klks lodge In Tyler has over
a KSrulred members in Tyler- and
they are the joliiist of the Jolly.
There will be dancing on Thanks-
giving eve, and light refreshment-1
i will b served.
Uncle Sam will hold an examina-
tion for Postal Clerks and Letter
Carriers in Tyler in Nivember; tor
other positions on different dates. It
is estimated that 50,000 a ppolnt-
ments will be made this year. The
Government wants people over 18
years to take (the examination: "will
pnv them well and give them an an-
• ai vacation with full pay. The
'"¡ov eminent Positions Bureau of
Rochester, N. Y., with Its thorough
knowledge of all the requirements
enn fit anyone in a few weeks ot pass.
A Government Position means em-
ployment for life. Prepare now for
the examination. Anv reader of the
Courier-Times can get full Informa-
tion by writing the Government Posi-
tions Pureau. 1Pfi7 TTarMIn Building,
Rochester, N. Y.
Sun A n ton iTex., No\. 10.—Tho
Texas Retail Merchants Assoclatl n
opened their annual conxcntion here
this morning to :.i-i for two days.
The matter of urglnsr
Campbi 'I to e talvl1' ii
weig'-.ts an i l.ieli' . -•.
brought vp vlth ot' er
trader' questions, 'i'iiere ts a gaoil at
tendance from over the atate.
At the New Yard
Nice Lot just in—Brood mares, worl mares, sad-
_ die mares, driving mares-r-some in feal Horses
£ and mules always on band.
Prices and Terms Right
Will exchange for mules
Come now and get first choice.
It will pay you to see us, we can save you money.
Fred J. Sackett A. Ellis
At Blacksmith Shop, East Erwin street
.t. idard of
Pee those drummer sample ladles
tailored suits, skirts and cloaks at
üixvn <£: McKarlaiel's. tí
Bring me yosr produce of all kinds. I will pay
highest market prices and will sell you groceries
et prices that will please you. Call and make my
store your headquarters.
C. D. CORBIN
West Erwin Street
The grocer where money talks
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