Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 53, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 2, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. i
SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910.
July Clearance Sale
Right at this time, when everybody buys summer
goods, we are offering strictly seasonable merchandise
at reduced prices. To clear a good many small and
gome larger lots off our counters and shelves we have
eut prices to the core. Please note the lines offered
carefully. Descriptions and prices wont tell the sale
sufficiently. It is best to come and see,™ you will buy
TEXAS YEAR BOOK SETS NEW
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
FOR STATISTICAL REPORTS.
JULY CLEARANCE SALE. %
OF LACES, ALL-OVERS, NETS,
EMBROIDERY, ALL-OVERS AND
EMBROIDERIES AT VERY LOW
JULY CLEARANCE SALE.
OF LADIES NECKWEAR, FANS,
fARASOLS, PURSES AND SHOP-
PING BAOS, WHITE GOODS AND
LINENS, WASH DRESS GOODS.
JULY CLEARANCE SALE.
OF LADIES' SKIRTS. WAISTS AND
SUITS, SILKS and LIGHT WEIGHT
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. j
JULY CLEARANCE SALE.
OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
HOSIERY, CORSETS AND MUSLIN
t ¿JULY CLEARANCE SALE.
OF LIDIES' ANO CHILDREN'S
SLIPPERS,' MENS ANQ BOYS
SHOES AND OXFORDS^
JULY CLEARANCE SALE.
OF MEN'S STRAW HATS, SHIRTS
July Clearance Sale of
Men's, Youth's and Children's Suits and Pants
QET IT AT
AND SEE WHAT VOU SAVE
Get one of our stamp books. Stamps with all goods
bought, good for premiums and for $5.00 in cash when
you bring 20 page book filled with our new stamps.
At a conference of members of the moving the house occupied by Mrs
First Baptist church held last night,
after prayer meeting, it was unani-
mously decided to move the house
now occupied by Mrs. Cameron as a
boarding house, corner of West Fer-
guson street arid North Bois d'Arc
avenue, to a suitable location west of
the present site, and have it thor-
oughly overhauled and put in condi-
tion to be occupied by Pastor \aV .-.
It will toe reanenvbered that some
two or three yeans ago the memlber-
Blhlp of tliis church bought the lot on
Which this house is now located, and
expect within the next two or three
years to erect a handsome modern
It is stated that the expense ot
Cameron is to be borne by the Ladies
Aid Society of the church.
Mrs. Cameron, wc are informed,
has purchased a lot on West Fergu-
son street, next fo '.he oíd DeShong
home place, and will erect a modern
The house she now occupies is one
of the lan ('marks of Tyler. It be-
lou^ed to Mrs. L. W. Ham *<:ior to
passing into the hands of the con-
gregation of the Tim Baptist church.
It has been built some thirty or more
yeers. Mn>. Ham now resides at
Colorado City, Texaa, whh her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lucy Coleman.
It is iot expected that the house
will be moved until early in the fall.
(From Thuir «Lay's Daily.)
Ifiere was a large crowd present
St Marvin ehu'reih last night to take
perl In the opening program of the
Ell)worth Dengue Conference oí Tyler
district Many visitors from adjoin-
log counties were in attendance.
The devotional servico waa led by
Pa&tor New Harris, followed by a
charming program of half an h<*ir or
so, consisting of stereoptlcon views
and lecture by I* E. AppWby. Later
in the evening Mr. Appleby again de-
lighted the audience with a series of
views from Japan and description of
name. Thewe were especially pleas-
riNHtolHfiMMR m Ittnu;, it
A solo toy iMlss Albertgon Wftf trfflf]^fP£
delightful and inapirlng. Thl* is the
first appearance of thlB popular
youxfe vocalist since her return from
New York where she «tudkd for
happy p'«ses«or of a voice of
power and wvwtn'-na. ^
A reaüng by M1k« Webster was a
chkumlng nixriber. It wa delivered
in splen'iid style and heartily vchIv-
The mating wa>, r<-üumed thl*
morning, ulth devotp/nal meeting be-
ing led by 0*V> Albeitftoa.
Aft'-r organization. feppofaUng of
comm,i.l/:e*, etc., a. wsui reatf
by MImh Hunt of Troup*, the sobjec*
Ixln# "The Devotional Meeting th<>
Source of Ail Power."*
There wa* an open diwjttsion led
oy W. K. }U*\■<!, after wbfcb a paper
wa<¡ read by Wins l>.tHie lively <>|
Canten, the nubJ<-< > Ix.-J"The Char
Ity and Help Work of th< KpworMi
After uAuj'i-f. <4 <i1
by It. O, Hooks, Ui'-re was no lril<. ■
mixtion when n t•,>),.i-
sinn, wa* flv<-n ,y Mr* \wMty,
touch.ng on itin *> rj:.| nllt\ humtrr
wor V.o ftin Yrji.'n < >, n .
At 11:80 tin.- *<r> i/Mi nAymrinA.
This aftein/Jon ' h*#' following irr<>
is b- ing
C. fltewart, QunUm.
2:45 p. m. 'Hie tHuAy Misalm* as
a Mean* <*f Promoting Hysfcr*-
malic (Hvil);' 'Mi** Ty-
3:30 p. m. The Need of the Church
and its Claim Upon the Young
People—L. E. Appleby.
3:50 p. m. Intermission. •
4 p. m. The Junior League—Mrs. A.
4:20 p. m. The Junior League and
Mission—Miss Webster, Dallas.
4:35 p. m. Election of officers, •
' The meeting will close out thin
fvening. The public is cordially In-
vited. Following is the program:
$ 1* p. in. Devotional, led by Rev. C.
8 3 ) r ni Vocal Duet by Miss Albert-
son and Mrs. Arratt.
5 40 p m Lpworth bj the S-a, an
illustrated lecture on the Texas
State Epworth League's Summer
Home at Corpus Chrlstl, Texas—
L. E. Appleby.
9:15 p. m. Music.
0:25 p. m. Reading, "The Lost Word"
^by Henry Van Dyke—Miss Web-
The program will be interspersed
with special music and solos.
Every I>eaguer ahoi/ld "bring a note
book and pencil.
OUR CITIZEN'S DEMAND
.Sylly Complied With—A Tyler Resi-
dent Furnishes It.
There are few items which .'¿ppear
In this paer more Important to Tyler
people than the statement published
below. In the first place, It. is from
a cltlr.cn of Tyler and can lie thor-
oughly relied upon. In the second1
piar*. It indisputably proves that the
article here endorsed does Its work
thoroughly and not temporarily. Read
INFORMATION IS 10MPLETE
History of Texas Development and
Recapitulation of Resources of
State Admirably set Forth.
Austin, Tex., June 30.—The state
department of agriculture has receiv
ed from the printer its year book
for 1909. " v —
This book not only sets a new stan-
dard of excellence for the Texas de-
partment of agriculture, bul it prob-
ably the best work of its kind ever
gotten out by any of the departments
of agriculture of the various states.
In this volume of 70J pfl££s Is to be
found full, reliable information abou:
^every resource of Texas, taking the
counties separately and dealing with
the stat? as a whole.
Theie canbe found no treatment of
the subject of cotton more aulhentic
than the division of the yearbook en
tit'ed "History and Status of Cotton
Production and Cottoit Manufacture
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias been
In uso for over 30 yearn, lias horno tho signature of
and has been mado under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with uud endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experimente
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- ■
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie
suhHtanee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
Knd allays Foverishncsp. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Tcctliing Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Foody regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep*
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
genuine QASTORIA always
_ • -j,-;.
f Bears the Signature of ■<
ing in Foreign Countries, the United
Stntei and Texas."
Commissioner Kone has an ndmiv-
able article presenting the romantic
side of the history of Texas and a
clear statement of its resources and
The year book contains numerous
statistical tables showing the wealth
of Texas now as compared with for-
mer years. These figures are careful-
ly analyzed, indicating the compon-
ent factors of the state's values.
A considerable part of the hook is
devoted to cattle, sheep and goat
l-'rom authoritative sources the de-
partment has secured information
c;r.cerning the ports of Texas and
it? navigable streamp, considerable
space being devoted to the Houston
The history and significance of irri
ration in Texas is clearly presented.
Among the able contributors to thJ
year book is P. C. Dionne, editor of
te Sou tern Industrial and lumber
Review, who prepared the division
entitled "The Lumber History of
Texas for 1909."
None (¡f the resources of Texas
have gone unnoticed in this work,
which might be found of high value
a:- a textbook for the common
schools. The department i* to be
congratulated on the preparation of
this book, which, properly distributed)
cannot fail to draw attention to the
multitudinous atraction® of Texas.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
IS iN THE LEAD
(Cntlnued from P+ge One.)
J. J. Long, 411 West Ferguson St.,
Tyler, Texas, says: "My back both-
ered me for several years and about
once a month I had a had attack of
backache. I often became so bad
tihat I could hardly straighten after
Btooplng. A few montn® ago I used
Doan's Kidney Pills, procured from
the Starley Drug Co. and am glad to
say that I have not had a sign of tho
trouble since. I give this remedy the
credit for having entirely relieved'
For sale 'by all dealers. Price &0
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
Con key's Fly Knocker means peaoe
to your stock at Starley'a, tt
months. Mi AJJbertwm i tbe3:06 p m jMiooMrton or< tfc*
The Drummer Sample Store
Till* atore han some Extra Special Bargains in the following:
41 puir Mcn'#t Patent low cut shoes worth $4 to $4.50 "$2.50
r>2 pair Men's Patent and VIclLace Slippers worth
$1.60 to $1.75 $1.00
7fl pa'r TjadW Tan and Oxibloood Low Outs in Sample
worth $2 to $3.00 at 25 per cent less than wholesale cost
or $7.25 to $1.90
45 pair TArties' Tan and Oxtolood Low Cuts in regular stock
worth $1.05 to $2.50 for wholesale coat, or $1.25 te $1.90
Come in and «oe how good those are Also we would like to show
you our line of 0 O'clock School Shoes ,they are strictly allright.
vejfree withthew^SjiGeB. w#
alfco have a strong Tifie <JT "Hotriery for filen, LadieA «fad! Children.
For the sake of your Pocket Book eoonf to see ns
E. ALBERTSON & SONS
WW IRWIN STREET. CA8H MERCHANTS,
ty conies^ second with 23. Burkes has
has 20 and the other candidates are
suponted as folows: Teague 15, Wal-
ler 10, Stephens 1, Blake 1."
In addition to the above we give
tho opinion of a few East Texas pa-
pers as to tbe choice for governor,
not having space for other expres-
My paper will su'pport Cone John-
son for goveri^r/ I believe the plu-
raility in Rusk county will be for
Johnson for governor, and Thomas
for lieutenant governor.—Tom Coop-
er, editor Telegram, Overton.
My paper will support Cone John-
son for governor. I (believe tho ¿¿In-
íaility in Harrison county will be
for Johnson for governor, Hawkins
for lieutenant governor, and Waller
for comptroller.—Ed E. Talmage, ed:-
tor Messengere, Marshall.
Van 2andt County.
My papor will support Cone John-
son for governor; H, 33. Thomas for
lieutenant governor. I believe tho
plurality in Van Zandt county will
lie for Johnson for governor.—Jor-
da W. Hobfos, editor Edgawood En
My paper will support: Johnson
for governor, Hawkins for lieutenant
governor, Teague for state comptrol-
ler. 1 believe the plurality in Chero-
kee county will ibe for Johnson for
governor, Thomas for lientenant gov-
ernor, Teague for comptroller.—J. E.
McFarland, editor, Cherokee Coutofcy
iMy paper will1 support Cone John-
son for''governor, A. iS. Haiwkina for
lletenant governor.—D. iR. Harris, ed-
itor Rusk County Ne^ia, Henderson.
"My paper wdlil support Cone John
son for governor, Hawkins for lieu
tenant governor.—J. A. Phillips, edi-
tor IMesesnger, Greenville.
My paper will support Cone John-
son for governor.—W. F. Holmes, ed-
itor Mirror, Gilmer.
New Business at Tyler.
W. T. Brook er's exclusive buggy,
saddle and harness store, 6. E. oor-
ner square. He carries a full and
complete stock of all good# pertain-
ing to the albove Une, buys for spot
cash at extremely low prices and can
save you money when you need good*
in his line.
Special attention given to
HAY, HAY, HAY.
New Hay. Thos. A. Johnson. Phone
SAW IT WITH THEIR
The following are a few remarks
from those who have been "shown":
A prominent traveling man froro
the state of Georgia said that lie had
been thru' all the great buildings and
business oflices of the city of New
York and had seen New York's
greatest attractions, tout when he
was shown thru the Tyler Commer-
cial .College of Tyler, Texas, he said
he had witnessed a more interesting
eight than he had ever seen in that
A prominent educator and newspa-
per man of Ix>uisiaoa, after having
been shown thru this famous institu-
tion, remarked: 'Like the Queen oí
Sheiba, 'The half has not yet been,
told. You have the grandest insti-
tution I have ever visited, tho' I have
been in schools and colleges from
Coast to Coast.' "
A man who had a few years ago ■
graduated in Eastman College of
PoiighikPC'psie, N. Y„ on making a
thorough Investigation of the Tyler
Commercial College, said, "You are
far in advance of Poughkeepsie, your
school is more modern, your coursesi
The president of one of our Trunk
Line Railroads, when <being shown
thru' the Telegrap'h and Railroad De;
partmenet of tlje Tyler Commercial
College, remarked, "Why, your work
here is exactly the same aa it is in
our telegraph and freight offices, you
are doing identically the same work;
it never occurred to mie before that
a school couTd carry on this work in
such a practicar manner."'
A man whose htisiúess had brought
him Into almost' every 'business col-
lege in America, upon toeing shown
thru this school,' said, "It is the first
real practical business school 1 have
A man of National reputation as a
minister and1: lecturer says, "I con-
gratulate every young man and wo-
man whose good fortune it is to he a
■pupil in this live, widé-awake Inatitu-
A United States Bank Examiner
said, "If the advantage oí this
school'wore known to tho young peo-
pip as they ought to be, your build-
ings, large as they are, would not ac-
commodate half the students."
A United States Judge said, "I re-
gard this institution as exceedingly
strong both in faculty and equipment,
and I know of no better opportunity
for young men and women to ac-
quire such a business training as
will fit them to do successful battle
Write for catalog giving names
and addresses and read what hun-
dreds .of prominent men and thou-
KW'rrf successful graduates • have
to say of this famous institution. Ad-
dress Tyler Commercial College, Ty-
Box Ball AUc
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 53, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 2, 1910, newspaper, July 2, 1910; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179664/m1/8/: accessed July 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.