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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 July 1904

o It +~t- I DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA, TEXAS. FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 8. 1904. NO. 713 Wisconsin and Minnesota Contain more than 10,(HH) lake", nearly all of which are ideal Hummer resorts. Tliey are reached quickly, com- fortably and inexpensively l*y the and ST. PA The Soiilltwest Limited, the new electric lighted train Kansas City to Chicago, makes direct connections with fast trains for the lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Only one night on the road from Southland to Lakeland- 1 look lets fur ( c postage. IVI F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, 245 Main tit,, Dallas, 1 exas. G. L. COBB, Southwestern Passenger 907 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. globe wernick: elastic BOOK-CAS! '; J.h2 ;s a «- 1 he kindtlutgri \vs with your lii-r.t: \ . It's made up t units, or siVi r e n or books, one unit nil 'c , i units, and j;ct ttn-m as wanteJ. Call, or write for booklet. ■ /■vf-y ?. >15 -Ji . AjAij 1 An Ideal Book-Cose for the Home. II J, m-im 1 £ Therey a Way HsWfcjlj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 July 1904

\' > *'1 / 'ii H t DUll amp PUBLISHED BT TBI Observer Publishing Co. A. N. JUSTI88; Manager. r. a HAND, Editor. ALSO POBLUHKia OT THE CORSICANA OBSERVER Established In 1856. Ill-il3*ll5 North Elsventb Str««t. Filtered at the Postoffice in Cor- abaoa as Second Class Matter. Corsleaaa. Texas, July 8, 1904. Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD. UNION DEPOT. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL northbound. No. 1—9:55 a m. No. 3—5:01 p. m. No. 5—5:00 a. m. No, 7—1:47 p. m. southbound No. 2—11:33 a. m. No. 4—3:47 p. m. No. 6—10:47 p. m. No. 8—4:50 a m. COTTON BELT westbound No. 1—4:57 a. m. No. 3—7 i)2 p. m. eastbound No. 2—1053 p. m. No. 4—9:05 a m. HILLSBORO BRANCH Leaves at 7:12 p. m. Arrives at 8:45 a m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Representative. We are authorized to announce WALTER R. HOLSEY as a can- didate for re election to the of' lice of Representative for Navar ro county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are autaorized to announce RICHARD MAYS as a candi date for the L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 July 1904

vS • • • The Kind You Havo Always Bought, anil which lias been use for over :t(> years, has homo the signature of f*- m has boon uiade under his |H;r- sonal supervision sinee its Inftuuy. ... , ■* Allow 110 one todeeeive you in this. ah C/Oiinterieits, Imitations and " Just-aa-good" are b-ifc Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of lutauts aud Children- -Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Cantoris. is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric. Drops aud Soothing Syrups, It is l'leasant. it coutaius neither Opium, Morphine uor other Narcotic substance, its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishuess. It cures l)iarrlm>a and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and 1'latuleney. It assimilates tlie Food, regulates the Stomach and Itowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend, genuine CASTORIA always Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 July 1904

VOTE FOR B. MOLLOY For County Judge Election July 9. V *• VOTE FOR Luther A. Johnson For DISTRICT ATTORNEY Election July 9. VOTE FOR D.«. GRANTHAM For -T Election July 9. VOTE FOR A. n. Milligan For • • Election July 9. VOTE FOR D. 8. AttKISSON For County Clerk Election July 9. VOTE FOR El J. GIBSON For Re-election for I Election July 9. VOTE FOR im;m Jester For OONTY JUDGE Election July 9, Personal.' " Mm. 1. P. Roberts wont to Kerens thin morning. Maj. J. J. Swann went to Marlin last night. Mr. H. C. Talbot arrived from Hat- Hon thin morning. Kev. J. M. Bareus spent the day in Front. Mrs. Walter Hood of Waxahachie is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Kate Talley. Miss Mabel Fleming returned home thifl morning from a visit to Hills- lioro. Mr. Tom Townes was over from Powell this morning. Father J. E. Malone of Funis was in the city last night. Masters Fred and Luther York spent the day in Trinidad. Miss Minnie Wettermark of Denton is the guest of Miss Maggie Pannill. Mr. Den F. Hartze...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 July 1904

O O o f X r \ X DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. OORSICANA, TEXAS. SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 9. 1904. NO. 714 THE BIG STORE IS ALWAYS TO THE FRONT Willi the newest, always to the top with quality, always at the bottom with prices, and always in the lead in big selling. It's fall in, or fall out, when the BIG STORE makes prices, it is always right Right doings has made a trade for the BIO STORE that is appreciated beyond wording. Millinery at Cost and (la If- Price. All Ready Trimmed Mats at and Below Cost. WHITE QUILTS Just the season when you uiay need tlieVv This Is a safe offering on seasonable goods, like White (guilts, good the year round. 500 gre 44c 76efuw* 49c $1.00 grade QQn now Ouu $1.-5 grade QQn now 30u $1.50 grade Ar Now vli/O $1.75 grade <j | ir now Oil iw $1'.00 grade PC now OliDO $2 L'5 grade nc now 01 iOU $L',50 grade Ot\ in row OZilU $3.50 grade flO QC now dZidw Men's Straw Hats Half-Price. An opportunity for a Fine Dress Hat for little money. Summer just begun. LAC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 July 1904

wx mm ■ h 1 Kr- P " PUBL18HKD BT THE Observer Publishing Co. A. N. JUSTI8S; Manager. P. a HAND, Editor. ALSO PUBLISH**! Of THI CORSICANA OBSERVER £ tabllsh«d In 1856. Ml-il3«ll5 Nortl) Eleventh Street. Entered at (he Postoffice in Cor- staana u Second Class Matter. Corsicana. Texas, July 9, 1904. Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD. ONION DEPOT. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL northbound. No. 1—9:55 a. m. No. 3—5:01 p. m. No. 5—5:00. a. m. No. 7—1:47 p. m. sopthbounfi No. 2—1133 a. m. No. 4--3:47 p. m. No. 6—10:47 p. in. No. 8—4:50 a. m. COTTON BELT westbound No. 1—4:57 a. m. No. 3—7:02 p. m. eastboiink No. 2—10:53 p. m. No. 4—9:05 a. m. HILLSBORO BRANCH Leaves at 7:12 p. m. Arrives at 8:45 a. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Representative. We are authorized to announce WALTER R. HOLSEY aa a can- didate for re election to the of lice of Representative for Navar ro county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are autoonzed to announce RICHARD MAYS as a candi date for the Legisl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 July 1904

• • The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which linn been use for over 30 years, lias borne tlie signature of ,0. fxl has been made under his per- sonal supervision aineo its infaucy. Allow no one todeeei ve you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-goo<l" are hut Experiments that trltle with and eaiian^er the health of Infants and Children--Experieiu-o against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoriu is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morpliiuo nor other Narcotie substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worm* aud allays Feverishness. It cures l>iarrh«ca and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, c ures Constipation aud Flatuleuey. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 July 1904

aSM W-%. 0000000000000<X,"XXXXXXXX>0000000000<X>0000 THE BIG g BANKRUPT SALE IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN! 8 Everybody is Wondering How Goods Can be Sold So Cheap! "IT IS 1UST LIKE (iET- 15c Table contains 25c and B5o J)r?ss TING MONEY FROM GV?<l8;, HOME" when you can get an 85c Shirt For 39c Our 9c Table contains 124c and 15c l)reas (roods. Our 5c Table is a Hummer. 10 yards Bleached Domestic 50c. g e£ ilARpy BUtLOiMS 14U—OlrU' Dm. h«c #. S, 10. 12, 14 ,«i« New Men Put tern*. l<c Mistrot Bros. & Co., I'roprietors 49 Associated Stores. OVOOOOOO x>ooooooooooooooooooooxoo^<woo • U« nil -it lla- "i-. WE - h-'b Jtit if- LL Soda Water and the biggest package of riarshmellows ever sold for 10 cents. iKiber & Cobb yf* *fc-vfir^ri fjcmfr-Jfr *j<r ifrsfr ^ -j. vpr sp .fr .f. #js~ Unrca Qhnainn Carria«e Impairing, Pai ting, and Get era riUl Jt OliUCIUCf BlRckBmithing. 1 have machine V< shrink ° Urea by the cold process wi tho*' t removing ttieiii from the wltj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 11 July 1904

? titfV ui* ;> I j I j I a l (} I DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA. TEXAS. MONDAY EVENING. JULY II. 1904. NO. 715 Wisconsin and Minnesota Contain more than 10,(KM) lake-, nearly all of which are ideal Hummer resorts. They are reached quickly, com- fortably and inexpensively l y the and ST. . The Southwest Limited, the new electric lighted train Kansax City to Chicago makes direct connections with fast trains for the lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Only one ni«ht on the road from Southland to Lakeland- Booklets for tic postage. M F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, 245 Main St,, Dallas, 1 exas. G. L. COBF3, Southwestern Passenger 907 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. riVWMFVirB aa Sutherlanc Kir Ooe o These BOOKCASES Jost irxxald :T 1 heiDanner V- •i* ■ k- . i" -*!• 'W. tJt- *ld ?'• sL* *1* *i* *A* *1* *1 '•* ^ WE IJU 3 Soda Water and the biggest package of riarshmellows ever sold for 10 cenls. i Kiber & Cobb ) -0ft -f. T* *T* •T* *T* T* *T* •T* 'T* •?* *T •** 'T*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 11 July 1904

r v Y published by thk Observer Publishing Co. A. N. ,'USTISS; Manager. K C. BAND, Editor. *uo ruiuiwiif or thi corsicana observer Established In 1856. >il-;i3«M5 Nortl) Eleventh Street. faltered at (be Postoftice in Cor- alsana aa Second Class Matter. Coraicaaa. Texas, July 11, 1904. Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD UNION DEPOT. HOUSTON b TEXAS CENTRAL NORTHBOUND. No. 1—9:55 a. m. No. 3—5:01 p. in. No. 5—5:00 a. m. No, 7—1:47 p. m. SOUTHBOUND No. 2—11:33 a. m. No. 4—3:47 p. m. No. 6—10:47 p. m. No. 8—4:50 a. m. COTTON BELT WESTBOUND No. 1—4:57 a. m. No. 3—7 K)2 p. m. EASTBOUND No. 2—10:53 p. m. No. 4—9:05 a m. HILLSBORO BRANCH lisaves at 7:12 p. m. Arrives at 8:45 a. m. " i- w^'4 ANNOUNCEMENTS Representative. We are authorized to announce WALTER R. HOLSEY aa a can- didate for re-election to the of- fice of Representative for Navar ro county, subject to the action of tbe democratic party. We are autnorized to announce RICHARD MAYS .as a candi date for tbe Legislatur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 11 July 1904

A\egelable Preparation for As similai ing it c Food and Reg ula - timj the Stoiaachs aiul Bowels oi" INK AN ] S /< H1LDKKN Promotes nigcslionChperful- ness and Rest.Contains neiilier Opium,Morphine nor Mineral Not 'Nakc otic . nKvrafOUlMSAM'UPtraUM /*rnpkf% Setd- Mx Snvut ' Atuar ,i*tf * /kVtrrnwt - JWr ft .IW - Aperft'cl Remedy I'orConslipa lion, Sour Sloinarh, Diarrhoea Worms,(Convulsions .feverish ness nnu Loss of Sleki>. r'ac Suniic Si^na'ui e of XKW YORK. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA FIRST NATIONAL BANK' Capital $300,000 Surplus and Profits, $75,000 C. W. Jester, President. W. I). tiaynie, Vice-Preslden. S. W. Johnson,'Cashier. K. B. C aldwell, As&'t Oasiiier. The Corsicana National Bank Paid up Capital $100,000, Surplus and hofils S140.000 WHEN YOU TRAVEL select a railway a3 vou oo your clothes KATY SERVICE (MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEXAS RAILWAY.) Sugg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 11 July 1904

mm* 3r. " The Best of All Good things arc good so far as they do good. This axiom applies with force to the plain goodness of Uneeda Biscuit. They're good because they taste good and do good. I TEAM DEFEATED Fort Worth Too Much For Winners Of Last Series The baseball team seems to be like the prodigal that fell among th'eves, aa Fort Worth has made the fur fly during the last few days, winning by a score of 8 to 0 on Saturday 11 to 2 on the following day. I:: \r: - , v; C< K::! • are good for the grown man as well as the boy—as good for the baby as the mother. Are not only good, but keep good. You can always depend on them. That's against your biscuit experience—and you can't understand it until you examine the air-tight, moisture-proof package in which they are sold. Never sold in bulk. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That "Pe-ru-na in Calculated to Tone up the System, Restore the Func- tions and Procure Health." SO 8AYS PROF. L. J. MILLER, CHEMIST. m ii ii ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 13 July 1904

mm DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 13. 1904. NO. 717 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That "Pe-ru-iia is Calculated to Tone up tlie System, liestore the Func- tions and Procure Health." SO SAYS PROF. L. J. MILLER, CHEMIST. V ■j/z J A; Wmm litis mmjm „ PROF. LJ/MILLER.. <> -— Joseph Ridge way. / r Prof. L. J. Miller, late Professor of Chemistry and Botany of the High School of Ypsilantl, Mich., writes from .'i337 N. Clark Street, Chicago, TU., as follows: "As several of my friends have spoken to me of the favorable results obtained through the dm of Pernna, especially In eases of catarrh, T examined it most thoroughly to learn ltecontents. "I found It composed of extracts of herbs and barks of most valuable medicinal qualities combined with other ingredients, delicately balanced, calculated to tone up the system, restore the functions and procure health. "/ consider Peruna one of the most skillfully and scientifically prepared medicines, which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 13 July 1904

R I fefi'S-Mt*; " p:: PUBLISH BD BY THE Observer Publishing Co. A. N. .1USTI88; Manager. P. C. HAND, Editor. ALSO PUBLISHERS OP THE CORSICANA OBSERVER Established In 1656. I||*;i3*tl5 Nortl) Eleventh Street. faltered at the Postoffico in Cor • ainana aa Second Glass Matter. Ooraloaaa. Texas, July 13, 1904. Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD UNION DEPOT. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL NOBTHBOUND. No. 1—9:56 a m. No. 3—5:01 p. m. No. 5—6:00 a. m. No. 7—1:47 p. m. SOUTHBOt'ND No. 2—11:33 a m. No. 4—3:47 p. m. No. 6—10:47 p. m. No. 8 —4:50 a m. COTTON BELT WE8TBOUNH No. 1—4:67 a. m. No. 3—7 :02 p. m. EA8TB01TNP No. 2—10:63 p. m. No. 4—9:05 a. m. HILLSBORO BRANCH J^eavea at 7:12 p. m. Arrives at 8:46 a ra. mm ANNOUNCEMENTS Representative. We are authorized to announce WAL/TEft K. HOLSEY aa a can- didate for reflection to the of' tioe of Representative for Navar ro county, subject to the action of the democratic party We areautnorized to announce RICHARD MAYS as a candi date for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 13 July 1904

'WsBB j. •••' ■■ iiaaaiffiiiaB1 a* 7—"■ A\egctable Preparalioiilor As similatiiig ttteFood andRe^ula - lintj (tic 5loioaclis ami Bowels ol* 1 NKAN I S /( H1L DKKN Promotes Di^eslionClverPul- ness anrl Rest Contains neither Opiiun.Morpluiii' norMineiaL Not A.vh c otic . r*apraffHd UMM ELPtlXJlXH Sad ' Mx Sttuui UatktlU Suits • sitm* S« t*. t- yicnpStvd ' (V9iA**' .Hjmt hhnlwpmm rUtvm Apprferl Remedy 1'orronslip.i lion, Sour Stouiarh, Diarrhoea Worms,(loiwulsions.Keverish- ness nnd Loss of Sleek fat' SuiiiU; Siijnn'ure of KKW YOIiK Alb month** old J) Uosj-s - UCi mis EXACT COPY OF WRARPCTJ. timu For Infants anil Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA tm« ocntawn company. ncw ▼ohm oltv. FIRST NATIONAL BANK' Capital $300,000 Surplus and Profits, $75,000 C. W. Jester, President. W. 1). Haynie, Vice-Presiden. S. W. Johnson, Cashier. li. 11. Caldwell, Asis't Castiier. The Gorsicana National Bank Paid up Capital $100,000, Surpl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 13 July 1904

ffflfrF,' ny V' -"1 **i§HP Jkf& w;:'^ Highest Honcra, World's Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair AtaM ■ >!■ Fowdara •ontmlait.r «*«■«. •** U'fHM# 'W The Cotton Belt will place on sale coach excursion tickets to St. Louis for $14.55; on sale July 9th and 23rd; limit 7 days. G. Cetz, The Tailor Cleaning, dyeing and repairing a specialty. Workmanship guaranteed. Place of business 113 North lllh Street. OAfl * OHX A . B«tn th /f II" Kind YOii Huh '.l a/s Boi tu ItfUtlf* •f /) Tin Kind Ynj Huh M a/:; V PINKSTON &CHURCH I N 8 U R A N C Fire Life Acoldent Health Plate Glass Tornado Burglary Employers' Liability Surety Bond Office over First National Bank, Ooraioani, Texas, ■WJL.J . i.J.1 i,.,j ..j| i| mi W. R. Amesbury, M.D. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Eesdehco 90! W. Collin Si. Office Jobusoa Building, Rooms 11 and 13. Hours; Daily. 9-10 a. m., 3-5 p.m. Sunday, 3-5 p. uj. New Phone at residence! and Office. Dr. J. H. Rice, DENTIST- I*" Office over Dry Gnodstohaziar cor. 5th Ave. u ti ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 14 July 1904

o DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA, TEXAS. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 14. 1904. NO. 718 o Wisconsin and Minnesota Contain more tliun 10,(KH) lukon, nearly all of which are ideal an mm or rework. They are reflrhed quickly, com- fortably and inexpensively !>y the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE and ST. PA o v.' '( > o L I The Southwest Limited, the new electric lighted train Kama* City to Chicago makes direct connections with fast trains for the lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Only one night on the road from Southland to Lakeland. Booklets for lie postage. M F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, 245 Main i i , Oa'las, 1 exas. G L. COHB, Southwestern Passenger 907 f. ain St, Kansas City, Mo % v v„^-. . X\WMWill/// Theny J a Way L: for thi ssvftntR>* ss TOVRIST I % or mat ton Fur One uf These HANDSUMI: BOOKCASES Just TbelDaoner Sectional s Book Cases a) u rp rmn ' rf-rrri; WE LL Soda Water j and the biggest package of jj flarshmellows ! £ ever sold for 10 cents. If iKiber &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 14 July 1904

■££ :$■ 'MP I pef ssw im.. E ■ PUBLISHKD BY THE Observer Publishing Co. A. N. ,'USTISS; Manager. F. C. BAND, Editor. alio roiuiMni or th> CORSICA NA OBSERVER established In 1856. Ml ;I3>II5 Nortl) Eleventh Street. Rater ad at the Postoffice in Cor* ■taoa as Second 01ms Matter. Corsica**. Texas, July 14, 1904, Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD. ONION DEPOT. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL northbound. No. 1—9:55 a. m. No. 3—5:01 p. m. No. 5—5:00 a. m. No, 7—1:47 p. m. SOUTHBOPNII No. 2—11 AS a. m. No. 4—3:47 p. m. No. 6—10:47 p. in. No. 8—4:50 a. m. (X)TT0N BELT westbound No. 1—4 £7 a. m. No. 3—7 .*02 p. m. EASTBOUND No. 2—10:53 p. m. No. 4—9:05 a. m. HILLS BO RO BRANCH Leaves at 7:12 p. m. Arrives at 8:45 a. m. I ANNOUNCEMENTS REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce WAI/TER K. HOL8EY as a can- didate lor re-election to the of- fice of Representative for Navar- ro county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are autoonzed to announce RICHARD MAYS as a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 14 July 1904

.^Vegetable PieparationlorAs simila ling Bielood and Rc^ula iint{ the Stoinuchs and Bowels oi' iNhAN "i"S/< HH.DKKN Promotes Digoslion.t'liPcrruK- ness and Itesi.Contains neiilier Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. Not N.vh c otic . Anif* of CM U/SMVELPtlVMH /* nfji-x W ~ * Ux \ttwt ' iiatkmtU SaUt — Animt .ia-tf * frOXSks*. HU+.I W- Aperferl Remedy forfonsliM lion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .< Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss or Sijeki . fac iiuuile Signature or NMV VOHK. A I b ni/liiilj«s old !)« > S -<fcc IMS CASTORU For^Infonts^nd^Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of c EXACT COPY OP V/RAPPEfl. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA FIRST NATIONAL BANK' Capital $300,000 Surplus and Profits, $75,000 C. W. Jester, President. W. D. llaynie, Vice-Pres'den. S. W. Johnson, Cashier. R. B. Caldwell, Ass't Cashier. The Corsicana National Bank Paid up Capital $IOO,OOOf Surplus <ind Mils $140,000 m WHEN YOU TRAVEL SELECT A RAILWAY AS YOU OO YOUR CLO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 14 July 1904

The Best of All Good things are good so far as they do good. This axiom applies with force to the plain goodness of Uneeda Biscuit. They're good because they taste good and do good. iJIfiiuM BBRVI 11 ■•iii-ir I'"'Tin k are good for the grown man as well as the boy—as good for the baby as the mother. Are not only good, but keep good. You can always depend on them. That's against your biscuit experience—and you can't understand it until you examine the air-tight, moisture-proof package in which they are sold. Never sold in bulk. 5 € NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That "Pe-ru-na \h Calculated to Tone np the System, Restore the Func- tions and Procure Health." SO 8AY8 PROF. L. J. MILLER, CHEMIST. w : ^\\X PROF. LJ. MILLER. *: /■ •* Trot. L. J. MUltr, Ute Professor of Chemistry and Botany of the High School Of Ypailu>tJtMioli,tWTltea from3327 N. Clark Street, Chicago, 111., as follows: "As several ot my friends havo spoken to mo of the favorable results obtained th...

Publication Title: Daily Courier-Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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