Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 57, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 16, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 10 I'.HO
The Cowpuncher's Ward. Prittiany Lassies. The Door.
AUGUST TENTH, ELEVENTH
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY WILL BE GALA DAYS
IN OLD TYLER—SECOND
ANNUAL HOME COM-
DEDICATION OF COURTHOUSE
And Woodmen Log Rolling Will Be
Part of the Program For the
Home Coming Days—Every
body Get Busy.
The Homo Coming dates have been
sot for August 10, 11 and 12, Wednes-
day, Thulrsday and Friday. These
dates will positively not be changed,
an l the work of preparing for the en-
tertainment of the "Home Comers"
has already commenced. Messrs. 8.
Bruck and J. H. LeGrand will ap-
point the different committees for
this occasion. The committee will
possibly be named this afternoon or
tomorrow. It is thought now that the
second day will be for the dedication
of the new court house. One day will
be given to the W. O. W. Log Roll-
ing, and the numerous other enter-
tainments will be spliced in and the
three days will be gaia ones for Tyler.
Every business house will be gayly
decorated and it is now urgently re-
quested1 that every resident of Tyler
begin to make preparations to enter
tain tbe "Home Comers" and the visi-
tors who will bo here on those dates.
Make yourself a committee of one to
invite some former resident, relative
or friend to visit Tyler during Home
Coming week. Everybody get busy and
let us make this, the Second Annual
Home Coming, a most highly enter-
ftniyiATMVuvri^* v*1* *
'A negro known as "Race Horse,"
who has been working icing cars at
the lceing station of tihe A. R, T. Co.,
in West Tyler, while attempting to
pull a large piece of ice into a car,
In some wo.y, the ice hooks slipped
ana the negro fell backwards to the
ground from the top of the car. It is
said that he is fatally injured
FOR THE BEST EATING GO TO
ST. CHARLES CAFE
Fort Worth Packing House Maats served in the best style.
Open all Hours, Day or Night
• WANTED AT ONCE •
• 100 ladles, gidls or boys for •
• peeling peaohes. •
• CKRIMES PACKING COMPANY. •
• •• ••• ••• • • • •••
• lee, cold water melons at lee •
• Factory. tf •
• • • •••••• ••••••
a cleaner tyler
say the officials
A number of city officials are deter-
mined to have a cleaner Tyler. Mar-
shall Burgess stated to a Courler-
Tlmes man this morning that he was
going to file a complaint against any
person or persons found tacking up
or distributing large poster circulars
with any kind of advertising matter on
Bame, as the act Is In direct violation
of the City Trash Ordinance.
At this time there are a number of
sales being held by the different mer-
chants and thousands or circulars
have been ristributed over tho city. A3
far as we know, the trash ordinance is
being conformed with in every re-
6'pect, except in the tacking of circu-
lars on posta.
will wed iii
We are informed that cards will
soon 'be out announcing the marriage
of Mr. Charles Herndon, formerly of
this city, ibut now of Kansas City, to
Mls'á Agnes Bruiner. also of Kansas
The many friends of Mr. Herndon
in this city will heartily join the CouV-
ier-Tlmes in offering congratulations
in advance. While Mr. Herndon has
been a resident of Kansas City a
short time, Tyler still "claims him as
her own." And while he Is to ' marry
and settle down" in Kansas City, it is
hoped that it will not be long until
Mr. Herndon will return with his bon-
nie bride to his home in Tyler.
alderman goodman makes a
statement adout the trash
Alderman Goodman authorizes the
"In an article published by Dr. D.
H. Connally, City Health Officer, in
a recent iasue of the Courier-Times, I
notice the following-
"Place your tin cans and other ves-
sels that, will hold water on the .side-
walk in a pile and notify Mr. Reagan
and he will have them hauled off."'
In connection with this I desire to
state that it is In strict violation of
the recent trash ordinance passed by
the City Council, for anyone to place
tin cans, trash, refuse matter or any-
thing else in any position where same
may be blown, or in any other manner
carried Into any sewer, gutter, street
or alley within the corporate limits of
the city of Tyler.
I feel sure thnt Dr. Connally did not
consider the fat that we have only
one trash wagon, also the large araount
U tin cans as well as other refuse
matter that this one wagon is forced
to handle, and also that in a number
of cases, where large lots of cans, bot-
tles, etc.. have accumulated aixnrad
residences, It would be impossible for
our one trasdi wagon to haul off all of
«uch refuse material promptly, and
that in all probability some of our
sidewalks would be almost blocked or
obstructed with tin cans, 'bottles, etc.
As chairman of the street sewerage
and sanitary committee, I have been
diligently fighting the placing of any
kind! of refuse material or any other
thing upon the sidewalk , or in streets
or alleys, and the entire police depart-
ment have instructions to rigidly en-
force the new ordinance by arresting
anyone who places anything in or up-
on any stree, alley or sidewalk in Ty-
This is not written through any
disrespect to Dr. Connally, but on ac-
count of an oversight on his part, he
made an error in asking that citizens
place refuse matter in piles 011 side-
walks, This is a violation of the or-
dinance, and anyone placing any kind
of refuse material such as tin cans,
bottles, grass, shavings, shucks, or any
other thing upon the sidewalk, In
streets or alleys, will be subject to
Place your trash, tin cans, ibottlea
or any other refuse matter in a barrel
box or other container on your own
property convenient for the trash
wagon to get It, and sarnie will be
hauled1 off by the city's trash wagon
as coon as we can get around to youi
When you cut grass or weeds on
your sidewalk, do not pile same into
any street or alley to be hauled later,
but iplOce same on your premises. Do
not place or burn anything in the
street or alleys.
SAM V. GOOWMAIN,
Chairman Committee on Streets,
Lights, Sewerage and Health.
big store of the edge clothing
company is closed today
Edge Clothing Company's big store
is closed today on account of tho big
July Clearance Sale, which has been
announced. A large force of clerks has
been employed to take care of tho big
crowds expected to attend this sale,
and are busy today marking down the
prices of good®. Extemaive prepara-
tions have been made by this firm to
carry on one of tho largest sales ever
pulled off In Tyler, Members of the
firm are well aware of the fact that to
make a 'sale of this kind go, it is nec-
essary to put th<^ prices so low that
the people will take advantage of
them. There will no doubt ho a very
large crowd on hand at 9 o'clock in
the morning, the time the sale
Report of tha Condition of the
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Of Tyler, Texas, June 30,1910
Loans and discounts - $ 669,,998.70
U. S. Bonds ™ 222'22
Banking House 20.000.00
Cash on hand and due from banks 217.838.83
fanital $ 150.000.00
Surplus and profits 210.837,15
V "3 íi ° g $1.058,83^^3 •
firemen hold regular monthly session
S * SPECIAL
Setter Dog Lost.
A hlack and white Setter ¿female
dog, about eight or nine months old.
Had collar 011 with "C. J. McDonald,
No. &2" on scume. A liberal reward will
be paid for any information leading to
recovery of dog. Dog lost on last
night of Adair meeting.
C. J. McDONAIiD,
267 209 IJno street
- young letted
Reference to Young Letter.
O. P. Norman of Kaumian, formerly
of Mndale, this county, Is In Tyler to-
day in the Interest of the candidacy <>'
Hon. James Young for the long term
of Congress. He says that Hon. James
M. Edwards was the gentleman refer-
red to in Mr. Young'yi statement In
yesterday's Courier-Times and not J.
T. Edwards as printed. In talking to
our reporter, Mr. Norman said tha'
the statement made by some of the
candidates regarding Mr. Young's var-
iable position on certain questions In
different counties of the district wore
pure campaign fiction and wholly un-
true and asks his friends not to ibe-
lleve any campaign stories that may
be sent out before election day.
DATES FIXED FOR HOME COMINO
—PLANS FOR ENTERTAIN-
MENT OF MAYORS' ASSO-
CIATION OF TEXAS.
PRESIDENT BRUCK RESIGNED
Also Vice President A. E. Judge-
They Hold Over Until After Home
Coming—Fire Insurance Rat-
Last night the Volifnteer Firemen
held their regular monthly meeting at
their rooms at the City Hall. Besides
the regular routine of business there
was only one important matter that
came beforethe meeting, and that
was the appointment of com>r."lttees
to co-operate with the Commercial
Club in the assisting of entertaining
the Mayors of Texas and "Home Com-
ers." The firemen will do their part
in the way of showing the visitors a
Percey V. Gaston was elected to
membership of the department.
We take pleasure in recommending Judge S. A. Lindsey
to the voters of this district as a most suitable man to repre-
sent them in Congress for the short term occasioned by the
resignation of Judge Russell. We have known Judge Lindsey
since he was a boy, and have watched with pleasure and pride
his progress from obscurity to the position he now holds.
Left an orphan when a little fellow, he has from an early age
been forced to support himself. He worked on farms in this
and Henderson counties for several years for the purpose of
making the money to support and educate himself. He after-
ward attended the Omen school under Prof. Orr and graduated
from that institution with honor. He then took up the voca-
tion of a teacher and was most successful. After teaching in
this county for several years he bagan the study of law and
was granted his license to practiceos profession by the Dis-
trict Court of this councy. He is a most successful practi-
tioner of law and his worth and ability are recognized by all
who knowhim well. He represented this coun'ty in the legis-
lature when a young lawyer and his services were most accept-
able to his constituents. He was afterwards elected County
Judge, and after serving two terms voluntarily retired. The
business methods put on foot by him in the administration of
this office were successful in every way. While it is true that
he is a man of some means at this time he has acquired every
dollar of it honestly and by hard and persistent effort on his
part. His selection to represent this district would be a de-
served compliment to a trustworthy and deserving citizen.
>3 (• GEO 8 McGHEE,
1 " " GEO R PHILIPS,
Hon. 11. V. Davidson, candidate for
governor of tin1 state of Texas will
arrive In Tylertomorrow afternoon
onthc Cotton Holt,coming from Dig
Sandy to tills city.
At 3 o'clock Davidson will re,liver
a speech at the old Albertson opera
house, where no doubt a good sized
audience will greet him.
A reception committee will meet
Mr. Davidson at the train and escort
him to the hall. After the speaking In*
will leave 011 the I. tí tí. N.., remain-
ing In Tylerulxmt one and a half
The directors of tho Coinnu'rclal
Club held a very luteo-ostlng meeting
yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the
club rooms. Many thing* of import
anco were discussed, among tin 111 bo-
lug tho arrangement for the Homo
Coming Week, the entertainment of
tho Mayors' Association! of Texas,
which convenor In Tyler, Thursday
and Friday, Judy 28 and 29.
Ono of the most Important mutters
thai came before the mooting was the
resignation of Mr. ¿3. Hrwek as presi-
dent of tho Commercial Oh b, also tha
resignation of A. li Jiwlgo as vice-
president. Those who wore present
would not stand1 for the reHlimallons,
and a eomiprlmlwe was finally reachea
by these offlcem agreeing to remain at
their respetivo iioste of duty until
after tho Home Coming festivities, af-
ter which time if was recommt nde.l
that II. 10. Hyrno bo elected president
and J. H. I^eflrand vio preB'dert..
Another very important matter di
cussed was that of tho lire Insurance
rate. It was, howover, decided that a
special meeting <rt nil Ü10 members
of the Commercial Club ibe ealb d to-
gether for next Tuceday evening ofi
8:30, at which limo this important
matter will bo discussed In all Its do-
tails. It Is very Imixxrtant to evory
member of this chilli to attend this
More Salesmen Wanted.
Edge Clothing Cmmpojiy d< sire us to
state that t.h« y want several more
saloAm<'ii, and ask that tJx-y apply
this evening between 8 and !) o'clock
at the store.
Christian Endeavor 8ocial.
The Central Pnnliyterlnm Wn ! avor
Society will have ¡1 tomorrow
¡(Friday) niglit at the h >iiio ot' tho
I pastor, 307 S Annie street, to which
I all are cordially Invited.
box factory has ever
A Courier-Times man, in conver-
sation with Mr. I . C. A• 1 d< r.-'-n, of tho
Tyler Box Factory, learned that the
factory had disposed of ovi r "OO.otto
erales. The factory is running twenty-
lour hours with ¡1 full force, manufac-
turing boxes to Its full capacity.
Mr. Anderson further stated that
the growers are sending th"lr wagons
in, in many Instances at night, after
crates, they coming at any and all
hours. This Is perhaps one of the
luí .¡.'oí, ra on the I!ox Factory has
ever exiK'ilcnei'd. Tho fa'Lory run a
full force ail last winter, and up to
the time the -.laon opened, when It
was seen that the factory would have
to run double time to supply tho de-
• We have filled orders an fast as
they come In most. Instances," further
stated Mr. Anderson, "and will will
continue to do so until the oloso of tho
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H B MARSH,
A W ORR,
GUS F TAYLOR,
SAM V GOODMAN,
GEO, A. JONE8.
W. H. McBRIDE.
R. E. GOLSAN,
G. W. HUGHES.
DR. D. H. CONNALLY.
JNO. V. H4/GHÉ8.
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Ail of Tyler.
JACK McMINN, Noonday.
DR. H. L. TATE, Lindale.
RILEY MARCHMAN, Lindale.
W. G. URBAN, Bullard.
W. D. OLIPHANT, Bullard.
H. G. EDWARDS, Troup*.
i, H. WINES, Flint.
O. L. HBSHLCUTT, PI tat. '
OEO. P. VERNER, Pleasant Retrea
ALL THIS WEEK
THE YAMA YAMA GIRLS
A Real Musical Comedy Company
New Plays, New Songs, New Wardrobe, New Sceneery,
New Electrical Effects
NEW BILL EVERY NIGHT
"Madam La Blanche," "The Bell Hop"
Popular Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c,
Seats on sale at Iron Drake Drug Co,
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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/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.