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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, JANUARY Í, 3010. IF YOU BU* LAND OÍ\ LOAIt MONET THEREON gw-tOMPUr7 r °' SMITH COUNTY" Land Titles ^ouNoto «y C.G.WHITE imtra WITHOUT AN ABSTRACT YOU WILL BE SORRY TWO-MINUiE TITLE TALKS \d. 19. Over Confidence vs. UuüIiioss Wisdom In dealing with real estate, it pays to be cautious. Not that you doubt the honesty or the solvency o fthe seller, but as a business precaution prompted by tho experience of the ages. Demand an abst-act that will pa**.* muster anywhere. You may want to sell some day. A flaw in the title then might cause you serious trouble. eBtter look ahead now than be embarrassed later. Take no man's word. Require an abstract, no matter how honest or hnw honorable or how well-known to you the seller may be. WHITE ABSTRACT COMPANY Tyler, Vcaas, Thirty Fourth Year With this week I close my 34th year merchandising in Tyler, and I am pro- foundly thankful to a generous public for the liberal patronage and confi- dence bestowed upon me duri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

.¥, JANUARY 1, IMA. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. © O © A ■*% m ■ Eü r m PSfcV' ml' Woman's Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from female ¡ J ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and [more constantly than others. But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely, you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in- gredients. It acts easily on the female organs and] gives strength and tone to the whole system. mCARDÜI The Woman's Tonic 13 Mrs. Venia Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui, She writes: I"Cardui has done more for me than I can describo, Last spring I j I was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to Ino avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do I my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES ALL IN FAVOR • • • —-■* SOUTHERN AIR IS OFFICIALLY l'JlOtl AIMED MEADE II <>!•'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

• •' <■', ] É¡ • y * ? vi 4 ' * ; —• ,.,-e ' < Saturday. jaxtary i. 1910. BEMI-WEEKLT í farm weather is in sight toOT REMARKABLE SPELL OP W£\THER KNOWN IX MANY Y11V1W CLOSING. (Prom Monday's Dally.) The tall end of what has been prob ably the most remarkable spell of weather known In Texas In a quar ter of a century Is now In sight. Last Friday night, one week ago, i(leet fell. Saturday and Sunday snow foil nearly all day, and in some placea the drift piled several inches in helfht As an average, probably tho iOW was two inches deep. The cold .ther lasted until yesterday or rath er this morning. The ground has been frozen almost constantly. In fact on the north side of buildings— the county clerk's office, for instance —the ground has been frozen for ten days. In many places snow has not t melted. Last Monday—today a week ago— I ie thermometer In Tyler got down t 16, and for several days it hung i wind 22 to 24. A;t Houston the i eat her report says it was the cold- est In ove...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 January 1910

r ■ i?) n, tm Hüfjf t g0M JÜRIER- yv*0frx\t**« v *« «. ,,#■ (*"i Wr *ST/ ■ Ü SfeJMwl pife- :'f; :'i| & -a I .. lí¡ Sj KP *i GOLDSTEIN BROWN Tyler's Cheapest Cash £ Great Annual Cleanup Sale! Starts Wednesday, Dec. 29, Continues Two Weeks Now Comes the Once Year Event When our stocks are carefully overhauled and all winter goods of every character are thrown out and marked at prices to make a clean sweep of them all. We want to clean up in as thorough a manner as possible before the Spring season is at hand, to make room for the great stock of merchandise which will be coming in shortly. Hence it is not a question of price but strictly a question of selling. None know better than we how to sacri- fice goods when necessity demands it. The time has now come for a final deep cut on all our winter goods. We are going to make this Two Weeks Clean Up Sale Break all Corresponding Records, and to that end we will have ready for you Wednesday Morning, December 29th, a large line of genuin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

f <£> I.«A T , . *%* - . \ .«o '" Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. ittlO. NUMBER 3. WADEL, CALDWELL, HUGHES & PATTERSON Want Your Trade for 1910 We have now on hand more than 100 fine young mules, horses and mares, broke and unbroke. We carry the best and largest stock of Buggies, Wagon harness and saddles,"Dry Goods, Grocer- ies and all kinds of farm supplies. Our prices are right and terms liberal. Be sure to see us before you place your trade for 1910 WADEL CALDWELL. HUGHES & PATTERSON IANGE OF 50 DEGREES |clal to Courier-Times. rt Worth, Tex., Jan. 3.—The re- of a drop of 50 decree in six Is recorded by United States ¡ther bureau today. The city ex- pnced summer weather yesterday, thermometer showing 80 degrees. ¡Ly mercury stands at thirty and a norther is blowing, with prom- icf snow. There is a big drop in temperature in North Texas. IC. COOK HEARD FROM SHOT ROBBER WHO ESCAPED Special to Courier-Times. Port Worth, Tex.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

Wedne .. rr '•*W' ÍÜES WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY a A. LINPSEY Editor. •H. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. F. E. RAFFERTY .. Business Mgr. at .Tyler. Tnw Poitofflce « Second Clam Mail Matter. OfflM a( publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Tana. Subscription ratea, 60 cenU per month by carrier. Mr bar Mil l&UO Per year. A reflection appearing in these columna con earatos any Individual, will be cheerfully cor- rwflbed if brought to the attention of the Editor. MAKING THE SCHOOLS TRAIN FOR LIFE. Every day there- are new ana grat- ifying indication* of the determina- tion «if our public schools to train for practical life-work, and of all the de- velopments of our marvelous era there is hardly anything of greater promise for tho future than just this. Horetofcwe the scho illng we have had has caused nine out of ten on •the farms to think of themselves a.s Icu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

IK rou IT we Ih as Those andj, | prtls- lissue at ask the jlfi a peo- men ^y do thai lever not' our | J.hem. | can I blease ¡those long] ¡right. I lings, I parti |e are| Ince vate,I pub-l i3-opj ¡>perM itronl lA'hlt Pa CoJ ton. Ik Seay Lumber CoJHsr™ Wholesale and Retail LUMBER shaw in race to the finish fire RUI whole large movement of homk- seekehs expected in this section. CONGRFssm \\ RUssELL INTRO- DUCES Ml! I. TO RAISE SALARIES. declares uk ||.\s no inten- tion of withdrawing— wants the office. CLARIDGE VISITS THE EAST N. Yards and office on Locust street and I. & G- Handle everything in Builders' material. Get our prices. SEAY LUMBER COMPANY Immigration A ¡¿out <>!' I. «V G. Talks About Result or Ills Trip. X. Old Phone 440 awiiiuw New Pnone 300 miau GUARANTEED. Every Dollar of our deposits are guaranteed by the new State Guaranty Law. Tour accouit, large or small, Will be appreciated. FIRST STATE CHANDLER, BANK TEXAS. WORK OF FIRE LOSS IS $750 FLAMES DESTROY HOU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

/ : V m .■•LfáiMi ; «, f j rj WtolWCSDAT, JANUARY 5. 1*10.' M AOjf ll am DAILY ■Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BT ffhe Courier-Times Publishing Co. rDAIUY incorporated 8EMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL.. Associate Editor. F. E. RAFFERTY .. Business Mgr. at .TyUr, Tauu, Poatofflca u Second Class Mail lUtUr. ot publication. tll-SIS North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. ^remember t*il feature vt the law: That "depodU upon which interest Is being paid or contracted to be paid, directly or Indirectly, by said bank, its oflicorn or stookhol Jers, to th* de| .>altor, and d^pfwlt) otherwise se- cured, hall nit be Inured under thlB art. but «hall receive only the pri rata amount which may be realize 1 from the assets, resources and collec- tion* of and* from such bank and trust companj. Its stockholders and directors." Bofeaeription ratea. tO canta par month by «arriar, or by mail S6.U0 par year. A reflection at> peerías In theae columna eon (vidual, will be cheerful awning any Indiv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

TIIK DAILY COtHrra-TOOM, WEDNESDAY, FROM NICIM FOB A6ED PLDPU t c ,.«• MRS. EDWARD FRA7.IKR OF TY- LFU HAS HKOTIlF.lt IX THAT COFXTRY. Mrs. Edward Fraaler is In receipt of the following letter from Thomaa W. Waters, her brother, who la now In Nicaragua. He Is interested In an ice factory at F.luep.elds, and is also agent for Lloyds, ot London, Eng., and correspondent for the Board of Underwriters of New York and the New York Maritime Register . The letter discusses some phases of the war situation not given In tlvi daily prints, and will therefore be of Interest to our pejple. The letter roads: Blefields, Nlc., C. A., Dec. 24, 1909. —Dear Minnie:—Your letter of the Srd ult,, glad to hear from you all. Yes, we have been having a "tough time" lately; nothing but war hero, for three months. Blucftelds, is tho headquarters of the revolution, con- sequently everything has been In a demoralized condition fcr a long time, although there has been no fighting here. We are in hope It la about...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

ml M. f «# v THE DA^ :OÜRIER-1 Tyler, LeGrand, l!|n y Olseaae, ve child* Carlton Company '' STARTS MONDAY JAN. 3,1910 mwnuifH Ladies and Misses Suits at half price g Ladies, Misses and Children's Fur Sets at Ladies and Misses Dresses at half price ¡ Half Price Ladies, Misses and Children's Coats and Capes | Men's Suits at Half price at half price \ Men's Overcoats at Half price Ladies' and Misses' Suits at Half-Price We have timed this great suit sale so that every woman can enjoy the benefit. Few women have entirely filled their wants in this line for the winter; hundreds of women will appreciate this opportunity to secure a strictly up-to-date Tailored suit at exactly HALF-PRICE. $40.00 suits now $20.00 30.00 suits now 15.00 20.00 suits now 10.00 $35 00 suits now $17.50 25.00 suits now 12.50 15.00 suits now 7.50 Ladies' Misses and at Half- $30.00 ladies coats $15.00 20.00 ladies coats 10.00 - 5.00 ladies coats 2.50 Children's Coats Price. $25 00 ladies coats $12.50 15.00 ladie s c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

# vÍY, JANUARY 5, 1#I0. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. ISCUSSES DEBI TIMELY ARTICLE IX THE DAL- LAS NEWS REPRODUCED BEN- EFIT TYLEltlTES. TEXAS BEING HELD BACK Other Stales Are Forging Ahead On Account of Peculiar Conditions. The Courier-Times has been re nested to publish the following ar- ticle written by Mr. M. Griffin O'Neal and published In the Dallas News, because of the fact that it has par- ticular emphasis on the situation in our oyn city: The development of Texas towns as compared with the towns of Okl&ho ma, New Mexico, Louisiana, Kansas, or Arkianssa, is greatly to tha dli3 credit of our state, and Is a subject which has been presented to me In such a forcible manner In the last few years that am constrained to ask you to present the matter to your readers, trusting that a consider ation of the underlying reasons for lack of municipal Improvements may result in this subject being taken up by the press of the state to the end that relief may be obtained through legislativ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 January 1910

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1 10. Ml ( , ,t.|. / I.UI lí Tire DAILY COURIER-TIMES. KILLED AN EX-CONVICT WORDS FROM HENRY W. ACKER I i¿vi Special to Courier-Times. Nacogdocnes, Tex., Jan. 3.—Will Parker was arrested hero on a chang« of killing Charlen McCruter at Mayo, l<ate last night. It U. alleged MoCruter was Intoxi- cated and Interrupted Parker, who wai making a speech at a church, and callad him a liar. After service , Parker went home, secured a shot- gun, returned and poured a volley Into MeCruter's body. McCruter ha'l served a term In the penitentiary. A CURE FOR THE SMALLPOX REMEDY CLIPPED FROM COFR. IER-TI.MEK PUBLISHED EIGHT YEARS AGO. Editor Courier-Times: I herewith hand you m >re boy'*: names to the Smith County Boys Corn and Cotton Club. In this con nectlon I cli'.-I'-L' to say that I do no¿ publish any one's name but once, but a.s revvral teachers have sent In names at d*Iteret timer, and several teachers' names will appear, at tjiii time with one or more boy's name*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

WiiNfiMIpM6flfe|B9 * *1- r.fitrftn- Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1010. NUMBER S. HOLIDAY EVENTS Amigo, Tex., Jan. 3.—Everything Is once more moving, after a very pleasant Christmas. It Is hard to turn lose a gay and pleasant time to return to manual labor, but that wo must do. For two weeks we almost rave up work entirely and went In far a general good time. One pleas-' ant day followed another. It begran Monday night with a has- ¡ ket supper at Center church for th-3 purpose of buying new seats for tin ich>ol. In addition to the raising of sufficient rncnoy for the purpose, a very fine evening was spent by all. A cake prize was given the prettiest young lady present. Miss Sudlo Jack- son easily winning. The fun began when a baked goose was offered the ugliest man. A large number were . placed In nomination, voting for each candidate was fast and plentiful and for a long while there was son 9 doubt as to the result, but the cur- rent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

'Wf"1 •* ."TV * SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COVBTEIt-TIMFS Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT VI Courier-ílmes Publishing Co. «DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY & A. LINDSEY Editor H. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. F. K. RAFFIIRTY ..Business Mgr CUuw Tex**, F Mail Mai tter. of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texan. Subscription rata*. BO cent* par month by carrier, or by mall $6-'X> par year. A reflection appearing in theae columna con earning any individual, will be cheerfully cor- naetad if brought to the attention of tha Editor. TO YOl'HSELF. There are thii:e* that you can do Hcstt yourself; Tiling that must be done for you By ymrsolf. Pain and sorrow you must bear, Wordri and actions you must dare— Just yourself. Many a lesson you need learn For yourself. Xah'o and honor you must earn For yourself, "Money. knowledge, friends, an.l health— Whose and more have all their wealth In yourself. "Watch yur d.lngs hour by hour— Know yourself. "When you've found you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

SATURDAY. JANUARY 8, 1910. H.P. PROMOTION BECOMES COMMERCIAL AGENT OF THE; TRINITY & BRAZOS VALLEY RAH,WAY. (From Tuesday's Daily.) The Dalian News contains tho newi of the appointment cf Herndon Bon- ner, formerly of this city, but for several years a resident of Dallas, as commercial agent of the Trinity and Braaos Valley railroad at Galveston. The NewB says: ' Another change in the personnel cf Dallas freight solicitors is that of H. P. Bonner, at present traveling freight agent of the Trinity an 1 brazos Valley, but who will leave Monday for Galveston to become commercial agent for the same com- pany in that rttv. Mr. Bonner will have the distinction of being one of the youngest commercial agenta in Texas. He has been in Dallas as as- feisant to Commercial Agent E. E. Peacock for the past two years. Mr. Bonner succeeds J. I. Johnson, who will go wilth the Rock Island." Mr. Bonner is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Bonner of this city, and was reared and educated in Ty- ler. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

p". fg ^ Saturday, SAKVAMY S. ltlfi. piwmbmm Wr RgKSMf IMlll r," i® tv ;. i , At::\ ** IB / P P gfeká-' Bife? &* ,";í;, i"V,„ md idhn t tha blood UN lt gOM lualitiM. Tha — . try nutrimant from th* Ml wtthlffo sharp uratio impurity with which th« pain* and uhu oí Rhaumatlam ara thé X rubbing, or tha application of «stomal mad- " ouratirt affact on the blood; the moat to bo la tomoorarr rallaf from the pain* and ac Ahaumatism, and that la to cbanao the b .JJtSMSt. BRHSS8 and «tr«xigth*ning and «nrioblng 1 .« -T-.y form. 8.8.8. change tha aour. aoid ialthy atraam, Which quiets the pain-racked nerves, musolas and i the fererish flesh, gently removes the cause and drive Rheu- n the system. 8.8.8. reaches Inherited eases as weU as those i hare been acquired, and good results ax* always experienced from i use. Special book on Rheumatism containing many valuable sugges- ms for rheumatic sufferers and any medial advice free to all who write. ATLAHTA, OA. IT ICt. Sylvan, Tex., aJn. 4.—The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

m-TIKSP :> Mlfil ■* ■ S3 x-y/z/o mm When our competltars talk about us we put them on our pay roll. We never mind what they, aay so long as they talk.. house NOT A BANKRUPT SALE Iff 1 kit M .tl I. .11 n--A MB. \ CREDITOR'S SALE ! Our mands • / creditors are pushing us for what we owe them and we have got to borrow the money to satisfy their de- ds, and with the consent of our customers, friends and general trading public we will borrow it from yo\i. by sacrificing our stock and save you 50c on every dollar you spend with us in this salé. Which is good interest on the money you invest. The Greatest Bargain Opportunity ever Presented To the trade in Tyler. The thousands of customers who attended our big sale just a year ago will appreciate what it means when we say that the coming event will eclipse that great $15,000.00 sale. Don't miss this sale, if you do you lose money You have a chance to participate in this festival Sale starts Saturday, January 8 Lasting Two Weeks - - , Stor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

¡1 SATURDAY, JANUARY I, 1 10. NEMI-U I'EKLV COIHIER-TIMES fitíZWH • P«*R K.; The Woman of Today Is guided by reason,—not by prejudice. To win her favor you must appeal to her intelligence. .You must "deliver the goods." We say that today the best at any price it KG BAKING POWDER TWO MEN FIGHT DUEL WITH GUNS and we tell you why. Here is the reason: K C does most perfectly the things for which a Baking Powder is used\ What must a perfect Baking Pow- der do? It must produce a baking that is: í . \ 1. Perfectly raised 2. Sweet and palatable 3. Pure and wholesome This is the whole story,—no bak- ing powder can do more. K C will do it better than any other and do it every time. The woman of reason is open to conviction. Get a can from your grocer,—2 5 ounces for 2 5 cents, and get your money back if it isn't better. Guaranteed to comply with all Pure Food Laws. Jaques Mfg. Co., Chicago guapa ^QUETMFG- CO- CAN guaran LEE SMITH A\I> —. —. DOEWITT EXCHANGE 8E\EKAI, SHOTS AT EACH OTHER. Ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

■ m i • Or* 0 • O üo0 O 0 , ® & « p C o WHAT METHODS SHALL WE ADOPT FOR GOODROADS Shall it be a County Bond Issue, a Precinct Bond Issue or , a Direct Tax? DIFFERENT PHASES OF QUESTION WAS County Bond Issue. Proposition—To issue $300,000 of 3 per cent 40-year bonds, arid to levy an addltonal 2 1-2 cents sinking fund for the liquidation of said bonds. If the entire county should vote for a $"00,000 bond issue the amount of in- terest on these bonds per year would be $15,000, and at the end of 10 years the Interest paid out would ap- proximately be $150,000. Adding to this the 2 1-2 cents for sinking fund (¥7,500 per year) and the sinking fund would be $75,000 at the end of 10 years. After the roads hava been put in gor.d condlton it should not cost more than half the present amount to main tain them, so that at the end of 10 years the amount of money paid out to maintain the county roads would be about $100,000. By the county bond issue the total amount 'of expense at the end of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 January 1910

SATURDAY, JANUARY «, IMO. SE>U-WEEKLY COI KIER-TIMES No. 12 Planter The mMt w«e«fal PUntor and Mlddlo Break*Com-" bincd that ha ever brea maautoctUwd^ It has ampio strength for Jour horw*. and il data- ■>ed in ordinary plowing la Cottoe ¡«•Ik tM will furaush tepairaftw! oi « The No. IS la equipped with tbo Fmom P. & 0. PlaatlBK Deitee beca atado to adopt it by other manufacturera. The on! Planter hating • convenient |e*or lor regwlaiinc the hea*y (root ttandard. a feature ^ •ril wd tN milntn prid (or li^o F. ft O. Ni. II. _ Xbora uú oibeTbaturcf equally m important immé «Ir Mi tfct Pa 4k — intu AB evttin* th« P. ft O. No. it fit*m your dealer, if you cannot co to, write us for chroiar and apecU^ introductor price. We are headquarter (or ail that ut beat in Implo* , Wagena and Vehicle*. Write ua your want . ... Partía * Oraadottf Implement Co, Dalla , Tuu. X LIBERTY HILL SCHOOL. I wish to announce that the Lib erty' Hill school will opon «¿rain Man- day. The Mttallpox «caro...

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