Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 90, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 12, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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«KMI-WCSKLV OOUfllCA-TIMU. «ATUHOAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1910.
Demands «warm Clothing, Underwear and Shoes
You will find any garment you need here in both medium and heavy
weights. Give us a look when you come to Tyler. Cur small prices
will tempt you to buy. "Get on the inside" of one of those high-class
suits made by the best tailors and sold only by us. Made to fit both
your form and pocketbook.
Men's Suits from
Boys' Suits from
$4.95 to 25.00
$1.50 to 10.00
Millinery and Ladies Ready-to-wear
suits, skirts, cloaks and underwear
Just received a beautiful assortment of trimmed
Hats, all the new styles from 95c up to $10.00
worth double the price. Ladies tailored suits
from $0.95 up.
Just opened this week a nice line of ladies' skirts
and wraps in all the new styles, colors and ma-
terials, $1.00 up to $10.00. Tdi«orzd shirt
waists, regular $1.50 quality, special 98c.
Our Underwear for ladies and children is cheaper
than other stores can sell > ou, we baught early
direct from the knitting mills.
We are selling the best bargains In Hose for the
whole family. Our G.D. "Justrite" Gorsets fit
better, at a low price.
Big line of Men's and boys' Overcoats
Everything in winter Dress Goods, Gingham,
Outing, Flannelette, Domestics, blankets
and Comforts at extremely low figures dur-
ing our November sale.
Fine Sweaters for men, boys, ladies and children in all colors
from 25c up. Always selling good shoes, that's why we
have been able to build this enormous shoe business from a
very small beginning to its present size. We guarantee every
pair of Shoes we sell to be made out of solid leather.
No other store has as good shoes and as many styles. We can
shoe the whole family with as heavy or as fine shoes as you
want. More Shoes in our store than you ever saw in one
In addition to the low prices we are making, we shall give
away free with cash purchases, choice of several kinds of
elegant and costly premiums during this sale.
Come direct to our store when you come to Tyler trading
where you can get better goods and at a lower price.
in all the new shades.
The nobbiest hat you
We have many other smart
styles in Beaver Brand hats.
Brown & McFarland
"The House That Sells Leather Shoes in Tyler"
IKS THAT THIS LAW WOULD
CURE THE PISTOL TOM HABIT
Ige Norman O. Kittrell of Hous-
who ¡has had long eauperi^ice
criminals uul who haí mad© an
name on the bench, comes
rd with a suggestion that should
iieeded. He contend that the
pi pistol carrying can be done
with by a Himple amendment to
aws governing the crime >>f mwr-
Following are Judge Kittlrell's
sed amendment and the argu-
that lie puts fonth to sustain it,
[of which are sound:
remedy is simply to amend the
homicide ®<> far as It sets forth
grounds and causes which ex-
(or justify the act, by adding in
unce this provision to the law
forth in Article 675 et seq. of
'cnal Code. Provided, however,
|when It appears from the testi-
that the homicide was commit-
|>r the assault was made with a
Dn unlawfully carried, witch fact
[have the effect to so limit and
the defendant's light r>f self-
i that it matters not to what
lity lie may have been brought
conflict, or under what olrcuni-
the homliclde or assault was
his act shall be deemed to be
¡ful, and shall be murder In one
1,3 or the other, or mwmslaugh-
irding to the circumstances of
phrasing may not lie entirely
Lis. but it sufllciently indicates
lea Intended to be conveyed,
an amendment wfould be no
depalrture In law, because it
and ha® long been the law, re-
ly adjudicated by the courts of
sort, that If a man designedly
or brings on a difficulty with
[to infltot any injury upon an-
finrty, and by reason f his eon-
difficulty is brought 'on and
I coume of it th© iXtrty so pro-
| the difficulty kills Tils antagoti-
¡>ro he (the "defendant) has
jiwn in good faith, frbm the af-
is seeking to avoid further
w — ■
— : * <r msm
conflict, the act of hilling li inlaw Announcement is made at Austin
ful, H matters not to what extremity
of danger the defendant was reduced
in the course of a conflict So provoked
This is good sense and good law,
because no man could Justly be al-
lowed to take advantage of his own
wrong by pleading self-defense when
he h«d himself brought about the
conditions which made the act of kill-
(His right of self-defense is limited
and impaired, or in legal sense taken
from him, because he was in the flr*t
instance in che wrong by violating
Now apply this principle to the un-
lawful canrler of deadly weapons.
As soon as he puts a deadly weap-
on mi his person when not uthorized
to carry it, !he is1 a violator )hf law,
and upon the principle aibove illus-
trated, when he tal« human life or
lias committed any offense against
the law with a weapon so borne, he
ha* forfeited his right to plead self-
def jnee and is stopped to do so, be-
cause when ho committed the ofFen.se
he was a defiant violator of law audi
was rmed in contemptuous defiance
of the statutes forbiddln gsuteh carry-,
iug of weapons.
.Such an amendment can ho easily!
enacted, becawse the line and list oí;
Wonvicldes in Texas, which is daily
lengthening, haB aroused public sen-
timent to that pitch that the Legisla-
ture dare not refuse to enact It.
Whenever the swaggering, swash-
bucking pistol packer knows that
when he arms himself unlawfully, if;
he under ant circumstances kills hi*
fellow man he will go to the peniten-
tiary, he will not carry the forbidden
w'eapjbn. So long as he is licensed! by
n line, he will carry it
The good name of Texas, the safe-
ty of human life
peaewbtr- citleses demands the
TYLER MAN AP-
that Governor Campbell has appoint-
ed Judge S. A. Undsey of this city
as one of the delegates to the coming
meeting of the Good Roads' Congress,
which is to be held at Indianapolis,
Ind., December 6 to 9. Other dele-
gates in Texas are: J. H. Bales of
,<?Rn MarcOB, R. J. Potts of Collego
Station, J. D. Trammel 1 fof Fort
Worth and P. L. Downs of Temple.
Filings in the County ! ¡
Real Estate Trunsfers.
Sept. 6, 19(10—W. M. Cappa
•ind wife -to S. M. Stanford,
22V¿ acres out of the D. P.
Cocke survey $ 600 00
Oct. 2b, 1010—Hattis E. Por-
ter to G. N. Crow, 54 28-100
acres out of the Holonio
Cherino survey 1,356 25
Nov. 3, 1910—D. R. Weather-
by and wife t.-> John
Draper, 46.29 acres out of
the Tason Gee league 600 0*0
Oct. 26, 1910—Alex. Golden
and wife to Chas. J. Kay,
one acre out of the M. i>a-
Grone survey 200 00
Oct. 15, 1910—J. A. Tucker
tto Tom Crawford, 100 acres
out of the Jwse Crisp 1,430 00
Ft<b. 8, 1910—J. M. St o vail
and wife to E. E. Rucker,
J39 1-10 acres oiut pf the
Wm. Miller survey 3,000 00
Feb. 28, mo—T. L. Read and
wife to A. L. Mills, 139 1-10
acres out of the Wm. Mil-
ler survey i 2,600 00
Sept. 22, 1910—W. N. Harvill
and wife to b!i acres out
of the Jbhn O'Neal survey,
and 11 acres out of the
John F. Crawford survey.. 2,000 00
Nov. 5, 1910—Jjeé Butler to
O. C. Kidd and wife, lot
2, out of block No. 535, of
Earle addition Of Tyler.... 1,300 00
Nov. 1, 1910—Jetan B. Martin
and wife to J. P. Worron,
parts of the Isaac Lollar
survey No. 134, other con-
siderations and 100 00
Sept. 29, 1910—W. R. Hard-
ing and others to J. P.
Hagan, 162 acres out of
the John Choate survey... 600 ON
James Waters and Ella Bircher.
Claude Hanson and Eula, McAlpin.
P. Cates anJ Minnie Bright.
Dudley Wright and Mattle Grimes.
TaíwIs Johnson and. Katie Wallace
Wm. Pope and Bessie'Martin.
Ij. B. Scott and Mlrtie Stone.
W. H. Robison and Ruth Kennedy.
1j. J. Bland and Ellen Griffin.
It. Henry and Theble Jones.
Robert Williams and Coiw Ham-
To H. Brook and wife, Tyl-r,
Novrmbei 3. 1910, a boy.
To Olllo Hil and wife, Whit-house.
October 19, 19Í0, a boy.
To Turly Morton and wife. White,
house, October 23, 1910. a girl.
Feb. 16, 1810—E. E. Rucker
and protection of | and wife to T. L. Read,
139 1-10 acres out of tile
Won. Miller survey. 900 00
WANTED—1,000 sewing machines
to repair, both famflly and manufac-
turing. All work guaranteed. Repairs
for any machine. Lock and key fit-
ting. See J. S. Waddell, first door
north of Mayer ft Schmidt's store,
North,College Rtreet. Old phone S3R. 01
The Courier-Times man thin morn
ing had the pleasure of meeting Mr.
Bingham, who with his family, have
come to Smith county to locate. Mr.
Binghiam states that he has been liv-
ing in Reed county, some 300 milt*
west of this section, andi that things
have got so dry, that he deolded to
leave. So hp has idome to the best
c. untry In Texas to lóente. He is an
intelligent man, and we trust he will
oust JhiH lot among us. He v" going
into the Winona country today to Doolt
at a farm with a view to buying.
Big advantage to do
trading at Brown ft
Young ladles can And some bar-
gains In newest style hats at Brown
ft McFarland's for a few days; bet-
ter hurry. tf
"Wlilt-leather" hose for mea, wo-
men and children 16s a pair—6 pnir
guaranteed to last 4 months, at
Srown ft McFarland'a. tf
WANTED—5,000 bushels of good
heavy ear corn. T. H. Cmtcfher ft Son.
JAMES H. BURNETT
Veterinary Surgeon and'Den tint
Fay spscfal attention to
A telephone on the Farm alTord* the Farmer'* family freedom
from Isolation a* well at protection in the ubsence of the men.
A Farmer writes: "Some time nrio one of our frit-mis' liu:liar.d
was compelled to he off until ten o'clock at night. During that time
no one wat in the houte but hit wife. She talked to tm nil up ar.d d«,wn
the line, and each family waa ready to fio to her c.t a minute'* r.oticc.
She «aid the wa* to (lad *be had a piione, a* the would not (eel i t •!!
Y.'rite and see how little it eor.t* to have a telephone on your
Para. Add re* our nearest manager, or
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 90, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 12, 1910, newspaper, November 12, 1910; Tyler, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179701/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.