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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

■ ® T(,xm O 0 O 0 O O o°.fc xi o VOLUME XXVI. TVLKR, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1009. NUMBER 102 THE CONTEST Many Subscriptions Held Back and Contestants Will Have to Work Hard Up to the Closing Hour SOME LETTERS TO SANTA GLAUS MANY WILL PAY AT OFFICE ON LAST DAY And can Vote to Suit Themselves—Representatives Should Be on the Ground So as to Get All That is Coming to Them AWARDING PREMIUMS TO READERS Will Take Place Soon after close of Contest between [Representatives—All Couritr-Timea Readers Are Invited to be Present STANDING OP REPRESENTATIVES. VOTES • MRS. L. J. BOWMAN, for Liberty Hill school, representing the . • Winona, Stanrvllle, Pine Sprin gs. Liberty Hill dirstrlct .. 20,000 • MISS JESSIE HOLMES, Llndale, Swan and Red Springs • district 19,600 • MRS. BETIIE CROOK, represent lng the Mt. Sylvan, Gairden Val- • ley, Chandler district 10,200 • MRS. LAURA B. WOOD, Noond ay, Flint, Bullard, Pleasant • Retreat district 10,000 • MISS LENA BROWN, Lindale, Red Springs, Swan • dist...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

dm WEDNESDAY, DEC. St. 190S. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes Í f I I 1 I ■ ft# í t I is i F I 1 1 J Uf BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated OAILY 8EMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL.. Asaociats Editor. F. E. RAFFERTY . .Busineaa Up. ■atorad at i Tyler, Texas. Poatofflce u Second Clmaa Mail Matter. of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler, Texaa. Subscription ratee, 60 canta per month by carrier, or by mail 16.00 per',year. A reflection appearing in theae columna con earminff any individual, will be cheerfully cor- rected if brought to the attention of the Editor. $182,000,000 ANNUALLY FOR ED- 1. CATION WITHOUT ADDITION- ' AL BURDENS TO OUR PEOPLE. Money Is but a means, but It is the most efficient means of comfort and haplness of people. It therefore be- hooves people an'l nations as well to use their money f.-.r that which bene- fits and to spend as much aa the bent-fits Justify and no more. A usr'- lew expense Is an extraveganeo which brings bad results, he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

Ife 'cL m fu—r-' O o WEDNESDAY. DEC. 22, 190 . fc:J>'WVN '50•W Jw'Sfefr-wSS iimWÉvfa mvmm® mm wz® M? # A ~^V// //////a \\V AVVVVC r^7/ o 0 u ' ,' Edge Clothing Co. Correct Clothes for Men and Boy's JUST at this season of the year there's many a person who is wondering what to give a man or boy for Xmas. The man or boy can't tell you, prob- ably he doesn't know; but the chances are that inside of two weeks after Xmas he'll be coming in here to buy something he wants that yo« could have given him for a present. Xmas Suggestions One of our fine Suits made for us by Hart, Schaffner & Marx. They are all wool, perfect tailoring, correct style and fit. $18 to $30 Xmas Suggestions What is nicer than a Swell Cravenettc Overcoat, Hart-SchafTner & Marx brand, all the new styles and patterns: we have all sizes. $15 00 to $25 00 >Wph w Xmas Suggestions Imperial Soft or Stiff Ilats 93 00 John B. Stetson Soft Hats 94 00 to $5 00 Xmas Suggestions Crown Trousers, all stves $2 50 to ?7 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

K fl I F I I) I ID i f > i f | I i f I Semi-Weekly Courier-! imes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Ineorporttud DAILY 8EMI-WECKLV 8. A. LINDSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL.. Associate Editor. . E. RAFFFRTY .. BuibwH •tared M.Tyle* CUw "EmuO*. BoitUfflt Setflnd MM SttUten. of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Tex**. Subscription rate*. SO cenU per month by carrier, or by mail 16.00 per year. A reflection appearlntr In the* column* con earning any Individual, will be cheerfully cor- ratftod it brought to the attention of the Editor. fi iumiiimii—MHiimii' Courier-Times Christmas Proclamation o o '* c troubles AT CHRISTMAS TIME. (By There © Lindsey.) There' torn'm In every cornder, On top of every shelf, That you must'nt tech nor look at, •Cause It might be for yo'self! While co'so you wants to see it. Yet you wouldn't take a dime For tiie 'spictln' in the busings Tho' you knows most ail the time. Twlxt thinkln' and concludln' To pull up a rockln' chair And Jiut dícido egactl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

Our store is filled with Useful Xmas gift things Save yourself the time and worry by coming direct to Goldstein & Brown for gift goods. Appropriate remembrances for Men, women, boys, girls, and the baby will be found here, and all marked at the most popular low prices. 9 Plain and fancy hosiery, 25®. 35c> 50c Handkerchiefs j 0® to 25c Belts 50c and 75c Silk Scarfs 85° and $ 1,00 Newest silk Mufflers 50c Wool shawls and Scarfs 50c to $2.50 Belt Pins 25° to 75c Collar Pins 25« to 1,00 Barrettes 25° to 1.00 BackCombs 25° to 1.50 Hand Bags 50° to 5.00 Net Shirt waists 2,50 to 6.50 Ladies and misses Coat Sweaters ... 2.00 to 5 50 Parasols 1.00 to 3-50 Shoes, Ties, Pumps and fancy house Slippers 1.50 to 4.00 Woolen dress goods per yd 25® to 1.25 Table linen and Napkins at special low prices. Some Extra Special Values in Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits, all this season's newest styles. 1 lot of tailored suits, 15.00 and 17.50 values, now 10.00 1 lot of tailored suits, 20.00 and 22....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

WEDNESDAY. DEC- M. 'iMfc THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. I 1 1 t n i* if 1 V TWO BROTHERS S006HT FOR Special to Courier-Time . Sherman, Tex., Dec. 17.—Officer* today ai o «parching for Tom Fusion, brother of George and James Fu/Ijd, JaMed here here and charged with tno murder if Geo. Eves, the Colllnsvllle jnerchant. Wednesday night Deputy Sheriff Logan returned today fr -in ihe vicinity of Puslon'a farm, four milt h irom Colllnavllle. Hij say* Mrs. Geo. Fusion confessed after tn-J mur- der of Eves, that the three Fusion brother met at her house and agreed T' m should leave tho country and George SJid James surrender. KING OF BELGIAM PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY. Special to Courier-Times. Washington, Dec. 17.—News comes from Brussels of the death of King Leopold of Belglam .which occurred yesterday. He was about 36 years of age. He leaves a widow and threo children. Ills brother, Princc Albert, will succeed him to tho throne of Belglam. BURGLAR CAPTURED BY CORSICANA OFFICER. Officers have gone to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1909. TIIE STATE OP TEXAS. Tt th® Sheriff or any Constable of Smith County—Greeting: Tou aro hereby commanded that you summon, by making publication oí this citation in some newspaper published in the county of Smith, for eight w¿eks previous to the return day hereof, the unknown heirs of F. M. Hays, deceased, which said heirs are unknown and their resi- dence is unknown, to be and appear before tho honorable district court at the next regular term thereof, to be holden in the county of Smith at the court house thereof, in the city of Tyler, Texas, on the «rat Mon- day in February, A. D., J 910, (the samo being the 7th day of February, A. D., 1910,) then and there to an- swer a petition filed in said court on the 8th day of December. A- D., 1909, In a suit numbered on the docket of said court No. 056ti, wherein D. M. Howard, who resides in Palo Pinto county, Texas, is plaintiff, and I. N. Barron, and the unknown heirs of F. M. Hays, are defendants. The nature of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 December 1909

® I ■ \ A rtiac ii .\n,v cmi hiiwIi-timic*. A Nice Christmas Gift WnuU hi fix of our Stylish Buggies or Surreys. "W f hi.vh? wittiest and most Stylish in Tyler. ^ ,-m iinfti wier an automobile, We sell the "BUICK" wv^tr.iw. :be simplest, the fastest, the best-can deliver jtou Christmas. Big line Lap Robes and Buggy Harness. We will sell for cash or on installment plan. m r. & -;*/ i* Brown & McFarland gang H. PEARLSTONE FOUND DEAD IN STORE THIS MORNING Justice of Peace Gaines Reports That He Committed Suicide--Blew Head Off With Gun THERE IS NO CAUSE ASSIÜEB fit THE BASH ACT 1 SUDDEN DEATH OF W. G. HOFFMAN ATTACK OF ACUTE INDHUESTIOX WHICH CAI'SED JUS PASS- ING AWAY. JNO. R. MORRIS PASSED AWAY CITIZEN OF TYLER 10 TEARS Ol.D it V17.KN OF SMITH COI'NTY nun YESIT'HHAY AFTER* * NOON OK PNEUMONIA. Wife and Daughter Krc ^ :V*' HloUluys In Ohio. Wis*** bw- ment WUI lX\T r. WAS CONFEIERATE SOLDIER (From Mmday'* Daily) This morning about 11 ©V&o«cit dead b>dy of H. P«*rW ®« ««...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

I ' Semi- Courier-Times VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, SATl'HDW, DECEMBER 25, 100(1. NUMBER 103. MISS JESSIE HOLMES GETS FIRST PREMIUM Mrs. Bowman is Second in the Contest Mrs. Crook third, Mrs. Wood fourth, Miss Geiger fifth. Mrs. Griffin sixth A Most Pleasant Contest Weather Extremely Bad and Represen- tatives had hard times Getting out-Our thanks and a mer- ry Xmas and a happy New Year to all • • • STANDING OP REPRESENTATIVES. • • • • VOTES • MISS JESSIE HOLMES, Lindale, Swan and Red Springs • • district 70,500 MRS. L. J, BOWMAN, for Liberty Hill school, representing the • NEWSY BUDGET FKOMMT SYLVAN • Winona, Stanrvllls, Pine Springs, Liberty Hill district. .05,000 MRS. BETTIE CROOK,, representing the Mt. Sylvan, Garden Val- • • ley,. Chandler district ..22,800 MRS. LAURA B. WOOD, Noond ay, Flint, Bullard, Pleasant • • Retreat district 11,400 MISS LENA .BROWN, Lindale, Red Springs, Swan • district > • 7,600 • •J. E. COOK, . representing the Noonday, Bullard, Flint, • Pleasant Retr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

<!) i .-"■ft WTHtllAV, DECEMBER 25. 1900. STCMI-WEEKLY CO -TIMES. j 1 m i* j i;v>- p,¿ ViV H K*>. Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The Courier- Times Publishing Co. daily Incorporated semi-weekly a A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. MeDOUGAL. .Associate Editor. r. E. RAFFERTY .. Business Mgr. In ¿-<>nic .sccllorw <f the countryCWiCe than three-fourths of the farnw have their telephones. TYLER'S LETTER TO SANTA C'LAUS. Enured at .Tyler. Texas. I'oatoflloB ai Second Clau Mail Mutter. , Office oí publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texan. Subscription rate . 60 cents per month by carrier, or by mail 1*5.00 per year. A reflection appearing in these columns con corning any individual, will be cheerfully cor- rected if brouirht to the attention of the Editor. "THE VOICE IX THE BOX." The telephone is more essential In ountry districts than In thi city, in the opinion of the Atlanta (Go.) Constitution. This newspaper re- ocntly reviewed in its editorial col- umns a rural teleph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25. JOOJ. THE DAILY COURIER-TUIES. Women Suffer Ete tets;r ssm swss 7?*«« lle.a<?ach/' backache, pain in the side aud diz- than rollpv *1°™ 1deranScd organs. It does more te^tTiLV ♦w •?'3 Pjrs^tentlymany have writ- ten to say that it cured them. S"Y It Will Help You J 37. Mrs. Maxwell Johnson, Tair.pa, Fla., writes: "Cardui cured S®a% l& an?, evcr3rtliing o: e had failed. I had been suiTer- numb spells ever since I was 10 years old. One day I I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say advise all suffering women to give Cardui decided to take Cardui. that it has cured me. I a long and fair trial." Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have you? Do vou wish to? I But why suffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair trial. AT ALL DRUG STORES ÜSIMS1 NEGRO SHOT CITY MARSHAL TAKEN FROM JAIL AHD HUHG Special to Courier-Times. Rosebud, Tex., Doc. 21.—Physici- ans announced today that City Mar- shal Williams, believed to have been fatally wounded late yesterday by the negro Coke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

**ATUUn.%Y, DECEMBER 2 . «*>•• THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. * O SOME LETTERS TO SANTA GLAUS CHILDREN EXPRESS TIIEIR WISHES FOR XMAS PRESENTS THROUGH THIS PAPER. COLUMNS TO ALL LIUIe Folks Aro Urged to Write Old Hanty Just What They Want. Dear Santa Clan :—Will you pleaso bring my little ?Ister and I both a pretty dull, with black eurley hair and will shut its eyes and go to Bleep; bring us a bracelet, nuts, can- dy, fruits. That's all. Gexxfbye, AJvah Potter. V * ♦ Dear Santa Claus*—Please bring mo a big Jointed doll, with blito eyes, that cat.' open anJ shut, but I don't want her to have red hair. Leave everything else you can, and be sure to leave the right kind of doll. Your loving little friend, Elizabeth E. Crossman, jí. 1, box 8f>, Tyler, Texas. ■> * * Dear Sar.ta ClauR:—Will you bring me a doll with dark hair, that can open and shut hor eyes, a pair of «hoes and rubbers. Lots of nuts, can- dy and fruits, and I will love you a bushel. Your little friend, Eleanor. Dear San...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

THE DAILY COURIER SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25, 190t. 2 I THE BURNING QUESTION IS: Can I Git a Positiot When My Course is Finished? THE TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ANSWERS THE QUESTION! Look ovar the list below and see a partial list of our graduates going in- to good positions from Nov. 14 to Dee. 14, just 30 days. You should hesitate no longer. Just as surely as you complete our combined course of Bookkeeping an 1 Shorthand or Telegraphy, just so surely wil you be placed in a good position promptly. C. E. Woods, assistant manager and stenographer Houston Oil Co., Newton, Texas. W. W. Thompson, cheeking clerk Sugarland R. R. Co., Sugarland, Tex. Miss Opal Ward, stenographer, At- torney W. H. Woods, Pureell, Okla. Warren E. McDaniel, operat r Burnet, Texas. I. H. Devine, stenographer Supt. T. & P. R. R.. Marshall, Texas. E. L Dunlop, stenographer Tyler Box Factory, Tyler, Texas O. E. Byram, stenographer and manager Long & Fisher Lumber Company, Houston, Texas. W. L. Stewart, bookkeepe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25, IMS. m m Iv' j I M Ü I A ORANGE TREES ' ARE DAMAGED Special to Courier-Time . Kloreaville, Tex., Deo. 21.—Sleet ha¿ been failing steadily here for the last 12 hours and the ground la oov «red. Tree damaged and orange cr .p will be put to sovere teat. Cat tie arc Buffering. Worat aleet storm that ever struck South Texas. LEST THEY loll GIT. Hunt out the little lame girl, The Door boy who Is blind; Hunt out the weary widow Who thinks tho world unkind; Search down among the hovils Where gladnens seldom strayB And teach the wad ones there that There «till aro Christmas days. You have been busy planning To spread your gifts afur To add your fair love tokr-ns "Where Joys and comforts arc. But have you In your gladness Bestowed one kindly thought On those who sit In darkness Whose crusts are dearly bought? Your heart Is full of kindness, You hear the anthems sung And gaze up at the windows Whore ribboned wreaths are hung; You've heard the sweet old story With re-vere...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

to ® e SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, I urn . KEMT-WKEKLY COURIER-TIMBS. «M j II! BOURBON ttUMS* Pare Whiskey Often Prevents Sickness Many a serious sickness has been checked in time by the judicious use of Sunny Brook _ THE PURE FOOD. Whiskey As a healthful tonic for home use or a wholesome stimulant in case of accidents or sudden illness, it has no equal. No home should be without it. Its moderate use is highly beneUcial to those who are ailing and it will increase the vigor of tho^ who are well. Genuine SUNNY BROOK Pure Food Whiskey is U. S. Standard (100%) proof and every bottle bears the "Government Green Stamp" showing the correct ago and meuaure. SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO., Jefferson Co.; Kfi =FULL QUARTS—$, BY EXPRESS PREPAID SEND YOUR ORDER TO National Liquor Co. Ft. Worth, Texas. SHIPPED tN PLAIN BOXES. SEND REMITTANCI. WITH YOUR ORDER. NO GOODS SHIPPED C.O. 0. SESSION WAS INTERESTING FINE WOItK BEING DONE COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. AT SllP'T. BRIZZELL'S ADDRESS Of Navusola Pulil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 December 1909

«fc ®«& '«TWMKdK SATURDAY. DECEMBER SB, 1909 .'ILKA . W.fc H IT' . THE S/G 5 T O HE - THE L EAO IN C HO USE To all our Mends and customers, we wish you a merry Christmas and happy New Year Goldstein Brown Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store CHRISTMAS FIREWORKS MUST NOT RE SHOT WITHIN THK FIRE LIMITS—-LAW TO BE ENFORCED. The Courier-Times Is advised by Mayor Bonner tliat tiiere must mot be any fireworks discharged within the) fire Hmtts; nor must any cannon crackers be discharged In any of the Streets or alleyB of the city. Roman «ar.dles, rockets, etc., can be dis- charged on private premises. The law ■Will be rigidly adhered to, and those Who expect to shoot fireworks should (bear It in mind. ITEMS IROM KIIiGORE. Union Christmas Tree Will Rc Held There Friday Evening—Per sonal Mention. £&r* Overton, Tex., Dec. 22.—A two- Inch snow fell Saturday night, con- sequently the elite of the city were •now balling Sunday afternoon. Tom Thompson and family jf [Venlta, Okla., have cast their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

$ ' D ■ • Aiisff " * V 1 1 life . 4 IIS i i Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. =F VOLUME XXVL TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1910. NUMBER 104. The Big Store The Leading House iftiafftt <k ¿fóhmidtn PRICES TALK \ j Hall Price Sale of all Ladies' \ Ready-to-wear and Furs. On Monday, January 3rd. our big special sale of Ladies' ready-to-wear will begin. Our stock, although late in the season, is still fairly well sorted, and those, who have waited for this opportunity, will be amply repaid by the splendid values, we areoffering. All coat-suits, costumes, dresses, coats, skirts, silk kimonas, and furs will be sold at kifchmidt^ THE BIO STOR£~THE LEAD/NC HOUSE B Big Reductions in Millinery \ Before buying our new Spring stock, we have decided to y sell our ladies' and misses' hats at such greatly reduced prices,that you can easily secure a new hat for the remainder of this season at a price that doesn't bear any resemblance to its original cost. Our hats are assorted on tables, the reduce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

MTVBDAY, JANUARY 1, ItiO. THE DAILY COURIER •TIMES Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes wt W: BY Ike Courier-Times Publishing Co. Ineorportltd ¿DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY .& A. LINDSEY Editor. CL A. licDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. T. E. RAFFFRTY ..Business Mgr. It Tyler, Texas. Poatoffloe u Second Claaa Mall Matter. publication. 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler, Texaa. i ratea. 60 cent per month by carrier, «rkrtaailie.ee per year. i appearing In theae columna con any individual, will be cheerfully cor- " brought to the attention of the Editor. relieved from forced «ale, and tho rem ral financial condition of the cotton farmer may be made more In- dependent." The constitution Is In part as fol- lows: "The membership of this associa- tion «hall be limited to producers of cotton, and those known to have In- terests In common with the producers of cotton, and who would profit by whatever would profit the producer. "All those who become members of this association shall, by accepting membership therein, ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

fe • 0 TW6 DAILY COrB IFR-TIMES. nni i in n.n SATURDAY, JANUARY I. 1910. FINE SHOW TOMORROW Biy CLO&ING ovr SVLK STARTS TOMORROW. FOURTH AXM'AL POULTRY EX- HIBITION WILL BFGIX TOMORROW. ADMISSION IS 25 CENTS (From Tiiosdny's Pally) Bog-inning tomorrow morning, Messrs. Goldstein & Brown will inau- gurate tneir usual anr.ual clearing out ¿ale of all winter poods. Th-3 sale will last until all «oíd are mov- ed. At these sales the people have the prlvlege of purchasing winter goods at almost their own price. At- tention is directed to the page ad. of this firm to be found in this I -ue of the paper. Read it, and you will tirad many bargains. 27 YEARS AS ENGINEER R. J. McC'OOL OLI I.ST MYN OX COTTON BL'I.T WITH ONE EXCEPTION. So*rriil Hundred Fouls It Is Suiil. Will be Exhibited—-Some of tlie Best in Texas. (From Tuesday's Dally) Beginning tomorrow morning and lasting ff'ur days, the Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Fruit Belt Pet Stock and Poultry Show will be he! 1 in the Arcade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

M ■ SATURDAY. J A VITAR Y 1, 1910. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. i'Y rv On November the 8th. we opened a Lumber Yard in your city, and al- though less than two months in your midst, our business has been far bet- ter than our most sanguine expecta- tions. We sincerely thank each and every one of our valued fnends and custom- ers for their liberal assistance and patronage, and wish for you a Merry and Prosperous New Year. Very Trul Dealers in Lumber, Shindies, Doors, Sashes, and Moulding Corner East Locust Street and I. & G. N. Railroad. Old Phone 440. New Phone 300. W. 0, W. OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR SYLVAN NOW HAS LOCAL PHONE CON NMCTI OX—X E W PASTOR M. E. CHURCH. Hi i • Mt Sylvan. Tex.. Doc. 2S.—The preceding bad weather has subsided and I never saw nature show forth In Sicc magnificent splendor more beau- tiful than today. The sun seems to Bparkle as though It were dlajmond and th« gentle breeze seems full of health and happiness. The W. O. AV. at this place met on 1he evening of th...

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