Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 93, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 20, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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TYLER, TEXAS. SVTIKDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1000.
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15 pieces gray mixed
Dress ! Goods, 3 6 inches
worth 50 cents
NASHVILLE, TENX., VETERANS
VRGE PRESIDENT TO I'ARDON
TENNESSEE CAMPS PROTEST
Ex-Sheriff Shipp'g Liberty is Sought
By a Hast of Friends AH Oyer
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. IS—At a
meeting of the Frank Cheatham bi-
vouac Cnntederata veterans hire
Tuesday night resolutions wore adop-
ted petition!i.'tt President Taft to par-
don Captain Joseph Shipp and co-
defendants, just sentenced to im-
prisonment for alleged contempt cf
the United Suites supreme court.
The resolutions were forwarded to
the president yesterday morning
Elks Ask 1 or His Panlon.
Columbia, Tenn , Nov. IS.—McRea
I' arriss, state president of the Elk.-?,
has sent telegrams to exalted rulers
of every lodge of BIN'S in Tennessee
urging that mosagos bo sent to Pres-
ident Taft asking the pardon of ex-
Sheriff .shipp and co-defendants of
NIGHT RIDER CASES
CALLED IN TENNESSEE
Defendants in These Celebrated Cas-
es are Given Only One Day to
Prepare for Trial.
25 pieces of fancy Dress Goods for
Skirts, Dresses and Suits, including „
mixtures, Mohairs and solid colors, |
w rth 60 cents |
Special 39c \
36 inch all wool Serges and shadow _
stripe weaves for dresses and coat \
suits, regular price 75c a
Union City, Tc::n., Nov. 7.—In the
special court which is rehearing thu
cases of the alleged night riders why
are charged with the. murder of Cap-
tain Rankin, Attorney General Cald-
well announced that he was ready
to begin trial of the rases against
Garrett Johnson and Arthur Cloar,
who were reindicted by the grand
jurv, and asked that the defendants
be arraigned at once.
Counsel for the defendants object-
ed to this action, stating that thev
were not read v, ats they wished to file
pleas in the cases as to the legality
of the organization of the present
he ->ourt finally granted the de-
fendants time In which to file any
plea ihey desire.
PLANS TO CROSS
To be well dressed is an advantage!
JOSEPH BRCClvER ANNOUNCES
HE WILL SAIL ACROSS WITH-
IN SIX MONTHS.
TRIP IN DIRIGIBLE BALOON
Air Craft Will Carry Three or Four
Men and Life Boats Kii
New Vork, Nov. IS—Joseph ¡áru^k
er, whose project for crossing r.h«J At -
untie ocean i> . cluigib'o bV.i.-ori at-
tracted some attention last spring,
now makes the announcement from
Berlin that the trial will be made
within the next six month.-. In a
letter to the Aerial club of America,
Mr. Brucker states Dr. Draub o?
Venice is backing the enterprise and
that a large dirigible balloon is be-
ing built. He suggests that the Aerial
club of America offer a prize for the
first aviator to make the trans-At-
lantic trip. It Is Mr. Brucker's plan
to follow the course taken by Colum-
The trans-Atlantic circuit will car-
ry three or four men and will be
equipped with J i fe boats and other
safety devices. It will bo followed by
speedy gunboats or other craft.
LITERARY SOCIETY AT
LIBERTY HILL SCHOOL.
Society Is Making Fine Progress-
Next Meeting to be Held
Special prices on fine Broadcloths,
and higher grade dress goods
Come and See!
THE BIG STOfíE^ THE LEAfl/NG HOUSE
Our community is having plenty
of rain, which is very b?nelicial to
fall crops, gardens, pastures, etc.
Corn being scarce in our commu-
nity and the price very high, the
farmers nave taken advantage of the
season and are planting quito a let
of oats for early spring fool
Rev. Vermilion of Jacksonville
passed through here Saturday en
route to Starrvllle, where ho hits a
regular appointment on the second
T. A. Wilson is confined to hla bel
with pneumonia, and is regarded
Among thoso attending the fair at
San Antonio are: A. F. Butler, M. C.
r,awr"ne<\ 10. Bennett, Polk Kay,
Clay and I.ass Starnes, W. IT. Nolen,
A. J. Nolen. W. 13. Lolley, J. P. By-
ron, W. A. Barber and wife, A. W.
Kay, J. AV. Kay and Miss vLena Kay,
Ar.nie Taylor, Ruby Hood and Grace
Hon. J. F. Odom of Llndale, was
in Winona Monday attend^g court
U. H. C. Butler of Browning is in
The health of the community la
very good, except smallpox, which is
very numerous, especially among the
STREET FAIR FOR
TYLER IN* JANUARY.
Such an affair under the auspices
of the Mother's Clubs of this town
to come off some time In January
o ould be planned and carried out
with great pleasure to the pttopl®
and great profit to the town, the
money going Into the schools instead
3t into the'hands of traveling pro-
fessional . We could hava a Jollv
festive time with duck ponds antf
rolling boards and shooting galleries,
confetti, masks and music, similar to
Home Coming Week last summer,
and keep our money ourselves and
put I Into one of the very highest
uses, the schools This project will
be discussed tomorrow in the club
at) the high school. Come and -ex-
iMtss yourself. Q ¡
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Young man, y<m «ft>
well unless you wear a Kaufman Pre-
shrunk suit. They aro guaranteed
and fit better. Sold only by Brown
ft McFarland. tf
Editor Wnrren Appeals.
St. Louis, Mo„ Nov. IS—Fred D.
Warren, editor of the Socialist Appeal
to Reason of Oirard, Kansas, who
was sentenced to six months in Jail
and a fine of $2500 for sending
through the. malte an offer ttf a re-
ward. €<m the kidnaping cf, t mec
Governor Wtruamj "Wilson of, Jtor
filed iils record f ir an apical
f&f, federal court of appeals yes-
Tho society Is progressing nicely.
However it rained us out the last
meeting, but \o hope the next meet
ing <>'. be douIf,v good. We will have
the same program with more added
We hope the interest will be re-
Everybody is invited to come and
all take a part that will. Wo have
made n success of theVoeity and we
We etxend a special invitati >n to
the older pepole. It is encouraging
the younger ones to see the old peo-
ple c'ime out and show that they are
interested, and enjoy our work.
There is nothing more elevating
and helpful to the little ones than to
think tiiey can play a part in public.
Let us all work together for tho in-
terest of our young people. Remem-
ber the date of our netx meeting,
7:30 p. m„ Nov. 27, 1 909. xxx
To Cure Warts.
The common way of removing
warts—by tying a silk thread around
—too often prove disappointing in
that th.J trouble returns in a short
time, perhaps in a more malignant
form. A prac tical horseman declares
that simple remedy to be a perfec:
cure: five cents' worth of bloodroot
aril 10 cents worth of chlorate of
zir.c. Ml xtogethop^n a paste and
put on twice a day. After two or
three applications grease with larri
until the roots come out.
ILLINOIS SOFT DRINK
SELLERS HEAVILY FINED.
Belviderc, 111., Nov. IS.—Seventeen
keepers cf soft drink pla?ei were fln
cd an aggregate of $11,42¡5 and each
reaccived a jail sentence from thirty
to ninety days for selling Intolxcatlng
drinks here Tuesday.
This Is said to be largest total of
fines ever Imposed for similar cf-
fenses in a single sitting of a court.
The well dressed man instinct-
ively inspires confidence in oth-
ers. Time was when dress made
no difference, but things have
You will wear as good clothes
as can be made if you use the
Label as your guide—and
you will be assured ef ex-
treme value at any price
from $15.00 to $25.00.
New models, new patterns
and colorings are to be
seen in onr Fall Display
Currie 6 Gaston
A DIG DEAL
Special to Courier-Times.
Outhrje, pkla., Nov. 17.—The cam-
paign for second Oklahoma gover-
norship has narrowed down to throe
democrats and two republican can-
When Governor Charles N. Has-
kell finishes his four year term, he
leann it be re-elected, the constitu-
tion prohibiting two terms Prim-
alien are to be. hold August 4th.
Lev, Cruce of Ardmcire, a. demo-
crat, is tho latest t.o enter the raeo
with "Altuira' £fit Mlirray of Tish-
omingo. a democrat; and Jame.s
Dunn of Alva, a. democrat, associate
justice state supreme court. The re-
publican candidate;.) ¡ire H. P. Jones
of oklaoma City ,and John Benedict
Mothers bring tho boys to our
store for their winter suits, hats,
caps, shoes and underwear. Our
prices are very low and our goods
wear longer. Ask for premiums
when you trade. Brown & McFar-
Special to Courlor-Times.
Boston, Nov. 17.—The American
Telephone and Telegraph company
securcd a substantial amount of mi-
nority stock io. the Western Union
Tedegrap company and sufficient vot-
ing rights of other stock to give tho
telephone company control of tho
Te new company is' capitalized at
The Molar Barber College of Dal-
lrui, Teaxs, wants men to learn tho
barber trade. The/ offer splendi.1
inducements and a short term com-
pletes, They mail freo a beautiful
catalogue and ask all ofir readers to
«end for it. 9:>
We have something new in ¿.ewlng
machines, the Singer Hotury. Just
received this wok. Tho best machine
oif earth. You can buy ae on easy
monthly payments. Singer Sewing
Machino Co. 91
WE LOAN DIRECT TO
Farmers and Planters
...CALL AND SEE US...
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
TYLER,J H- TEXAS
1N V ESTK; ATI NG COMMITTEE
IS STILL IN SESSION.
The Belgian ravy laMBte smallest
In the world.
Special to Courier-Times.
Austin, Tex., Nov. 17.—The peni-
tentiary investigating committee to-
day eaxmlned E. P. Erwln of Dalla*,
who nerved two terms in the porft*
tontfayy and vrtvose citizenship
not been stored, jf® told of
abuse*. íTJx* «onuhUtte «omtnu
executive j Mal6Kli pf^Htlinr (§>
for te governor, a
Moscow has the largest priced dal-
ly publication. It costs a farthings
Is the month when outside painting should be done to obtain
The very best Results
Paint applied during this month drtes with exactly the right
degree of rapidity, and becomes thoroughly hard and fixed
in the pores of the wood to which it is applied before the
extreme heat of the nexc season sets in. Use nothing but
Absolutely costs less per job and will wear longer than any
o other. For sale by
Burch Decorating Company
Dealers in Wall Paper, Window Glass, Picture Frames, Var-
nishes, Oils, etc. 222 W. Ferguson st. opposite Post Office
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 93, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 20, 1909, newspaper, November 20, 1909; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179602/m1/1/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.