Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 57, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 16, 1910 Page: 12 of 12
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YLERS CHEAPEST CASH STORE
Today We Begin our Great Stock
Reducing Sale !
Men's Fancy Spring Suits
OFFERING THE ENTIRE LINE AT
ONE ■ THIRD OFF !
I 1908. er
See What you save
$25.00 Suits now $10.65
All Men's straw Hats at
$3.00 straw hats now $1.50
$2.50 41 44 $1.25
$2.00 " $1.00
$1.50 " " 75c
$1.00 " " 50c
Stock Reducing Sale of
Men's Low Cut Shoes
Packard and Hamilton Brown Shoe Co.
shoes for men, in patents, gun metals,
vicis and tans, none reserved. Our en-
tire stock embraced in this sale at these
Regular $4.00 values at . .$3.45
Regular $3.50 values at . .$3.00
Regular $2.50 values at. $2.00
Entire Stock of Men's Pants
at Reduced Prices
WASH SUITS FOR LITTLE FELLOWS
Quite a large collection of Boy's wash suits, Rus-
sian and Sailor blouse styles, at the following re-
75c values now 45c
1.00 values now 75c
1.25 values now 90c
1.50 values now 1.15
2.00 and 2.50 values now 1.50
Boy's Knickerbocker Suits at Special
HALF PRICE—Balance of our stock of Knee Suits (straight pants only) at-HALF PRiCE
Early Selections are Best
GOLDSTEIN & BROWN
TYLERS CHEAPEST CASH STORE
. . -
Port Worth, Texas July M.—,\l.
;< :i«t two eases (if divino ¡;i aling tu,
professed ¡IS III! re* lilt of III." Meeting
WlllCll lilt' IIH.'llllxM'S oi t ? ¿ < J Apostolic
faith have Ix'dii liohlliK', i|ii., week
•it. Hi • big imvllKon ¡it Tyler Lake, 5
in i 1«*.s from the city. where ailio'ii ?iv u
I" 'pit aro In atti'iiifuupe each night.
One in valid wt/in:-11 lroni ban jm.hjv.ío
vvIi.hii tho doctor, j/rououiKvd iiicura-
lih', was completely cured of lior mal-
ady through an exercise of faith, the
ministers say, hoi* dread of an opera-
tion leading her to iisk the long trip
from San Antonio by train.
During the testimony meeting that
precede) tii > nroaeliin.r day night,
an < iderly man declared that he had
been cured of a maladv with which he
had In en afflicted for seventeen years.
Jlis cure came by faith, neither a
physician or any of the physician's
resources being used in effecting the
cure. Ho told the people that his
health was now better than it had
been for thirty-five years.
There was als o the speaking of un-
known tongues. One of the leaders of
the sect, who occupied a seat in the
■middle of the platform, mutnibled a bit
of unintelligible words—at least it was
not intelligible to the cudieace—and
an interpreter, who appeared to give
the signal for the religious demonstra-
tions, resolved the message into what
he declared was a spiritual exhorta-
tion. No sooner had the. message been
interpre.tated than the devout mem-
bers with their hands and faces point-
ed Imploringly to heaven, shouted
praises to God as if in a frenzy of fer-
A request for the name of the man
who had been specially gifted with
foreign tongues dieted the informa-
tion that it was not the will of God
that the name of his- favored servant
should bo divulged to news reporters.
The services are strictly informal. A
testimony meeting occupies a largo
place in most of the services and
Tuesday night a large woman of mid-
dle age, who became exceedingly hap-
py, created some amusement for the
irreverent looke«s-on as she jumped
ufp and down and back and forth
thrpugh the vacant space in front of
the altar. Before «he had ceased
shouting a man joined her in numer-
ous expressions of approval came
from all parts of the. audience. A
query as to the length of the services
brought the informiation that the peo-
ple of God held them as long as God
held them, this time ranging all the
way from 10:30 o'clock p. m. until 2
o'clock in the morning.
This is the annual encampment of
the Apostolics, and large numbers of
them are camped in tents on the
the grounds near the pavlllion.
TESTED AND PROVEN
There is a Heap of Solace in Being
Able to Depend Upon a Weil-
For months Tyler readers have seen
the constant expression of praise for
Doan's Kidney Pills, and read about
the good work they have done In this
locality. Not another remedy ever pro-
duced such convincing proof of merit.
P. S. Sowell, contractor, 1024 North
Fannie ¡St., Tyler, Texas, says: "I
have had no occasion to use Doan's
Kidney Pills for seven years as the
cure effected by them ia my case ha'3
remained permanent. I suffered fr< m a
severe attack of backache and was un
able to stoop or lift on this account.
Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to
my attention and I procured a box
at the Starley Drug Co. They entirely
relieved me of my trouble and I have
since recommended them to my
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—'Doan's—and
take no other.
On account of buaineM matters, I
will not be «ble to leave my offloe
tar my vacation during June and 3vkt
aa I anticípate, and will be found at
my office till July lOth.
Your , etc.,
DR. R. O. MORGAN.
Peaches for Canning.
Ladles who desire peaches to! can-
ning can secure large fine ones at the
Llndsey packing shed1 Just albove Lind-
sey lake, at 25c per buehel.
Cooke; *8 Fly Knocker is the only
thing that will keep the flic aw«y.
for aale at Btarleya. tt
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 57, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 16, 1910, newspaper, July 16, 1910; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179668/m1/12/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.