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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

© O --U. ^ ^ Lthrnrv. \m-ti., , Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, .iWt'ARV 12. 1IU0. NUMBER €► anwww* ■ I; # GUARANTY FUND BANK Don't run the risk of bsimr your money by hiding it away or carrying it around with you when you can deposit it in a Guaranty r'und Bank and know it is absolutely safe. The non-interest bearihg and unsecured deposits of this bank are protected by the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Texas. , Your Account Appreciated. FIRST CHANDLER, STATE BANK TEXAS. S CUE FAVORS SPECIAL TAX OF .15 O ond Roads Trie Smith County Convention met in tha district court room in this city at 11 o'clock Satur-. day morning. FELL STAIRS TO COME TO TEXAS Special to Courier-Times. Weathcrford, Tex., .Tan. 10.—Joe Lingo, aged five years ,an inmate of the Knights of Pythias home here was fatally injured old ay when ho plunged headlong from the stair land ing to the floor, llfteen feet below, while playing with other children. His mother resides at...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

nesday, january is. i 10. SEMI-WEEKLY TOYRIFJl-TIMEfl •II Semi-Weekly Courier-limes 8T 11k CoBrier-ilmes Publishing Co. 4MMLY Incorporated 8cmi-weeklv «y-1"1 S. -A- LINPSEY Editor. IÑL A. McDOUGAL.. Aaaoclate Editor, rr. E. RAFFERTY .. Busln*** Mgr. at ÍTrimr. Texu,, f CUm Mail Matter. Poatofflo* m Second Mb* of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Taxaa. l>tin ratee. SO canta per month by carrier. «v4r<auti M.00 per year. lection appearing in tlieae columna con rany individual, will be eheerfuily cor- I brought to the attention of the Editor. OSE i'll 17.E CORN GROWERS. It was a great s.-ihi-ine 'f Secrr tmty Wllfjcn of the department of agriculture to encourage the boys on the farni to make some extra effort to increase t'he yield of corn by lm- pravd methods of cultivation and ..U the >-an"S time to enhance the jaallty of the products Dr. Knapp of the agricultural de- partment, who ha« cnarge of the 'Aua denvsnHtrv-tlon work, offered i ifree trip to Washington for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

1 THE DAILY COITRIER-ITMEa WEDXFSDAY, JANUARY 12, LEECÍ STAPLE ¡NEWS ITEMS 14 TOOK REMARKABLE TUMBLE WITHOUT ANY PREVIOUS WARNING. New Orleans, La.. Jan. 7.—The lo- • cal cotton 'xcharge has not yet re- covered frotn the remarkable tumble of yesterday when In less than an hour there was a decline of from 76 to 84 points, or about $4 a bale In active deliveries. The decline camo without any warning. Around the middle of the session prices seemed inclined upward and actually made an advance of 6 to 10 points over Tuesday'.? closing:. From this level there was a drop amid the wildest excitement and ex- tremely heavy trading in which hold- ers of long cotton were closed out by the acore. Selling by bearish inter- ests in New York and Liverpool serv- ed to start the decline and weakness in Wall street and the unsettled condition of English politics brought it to a climax. As the decline progressed, stop los3 orders on the long side were caught, adding to the groat volume. CITIZENS COMING...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

1 'I ¡; r i KEMI-WKEKLY COURIER -TIMFÜ WEDXFSDAY, MNVART 11. IM« i FINE PRESENTATION BT THE SENIOR DRAMATIC GIOB •(Following notloo wus oant In for «g^urdiy'i paper .but arrived too latí tat publication hi that Issue.—Ed.) The presentation of toe Greek play ftondora, by Senior Dramatic Club on HDec. Slut, was a *uccess. A pret- rn>re effective piny wan never In Tyler by amateur perform- And nfvvr did an audience moro sulnely enjoy an evening's enter- tainment than did the appreciative crowd that ¿athered art Carnegie Hall cm New Year's eve, to encourage the you Tift ladl>a and young men of the lor Dramatic C'hib. The play was Just long enough; Intermingling of music and the itlc was restful; the *tage effect w beautiful; the climax was reach- <*4 in six handsome boys and In Hinty-flw >yt t^e most beautiful - «irte te be found In Tyler, all In . rtwrrarter&tlc Oreek cistumes. "The classic play was an adaptation • «f "L«nngfell'>w,s Masque of Pandora. IW-iefly was b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

'■4BKJ " r- ■ Si&MéMU \\/;///'v//////^ \\\W\% \'//////, / ///// ' // ^—\N \ \ \ \ \ \\ \\ V; When our competitars talk about us we put them on our pay roll. We never mind what they say so long as they talk. NOT A BANKRUPT SALE BUT For a week past we have been preparing the Biggest Bargain Carnival ever attempted by any retail house in all East Texas. CREDITOR'S SALE ! Our creditors are pushing us for what we owe them and we have got to borrow the money to satisfy their de- mands, and with the consent of our customers, friends and general trading public we will borrow it from you. by sacrificing our stock and save you 50c on every dollar you spend with us in this sale. 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, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

V I B t nk: í m ti NBÓ>AY, JANUARY 19, IMO. SEMI-WKEKLY COl'RIEH-TIMFS EDGE BROS' GREAT BENEFIT «RED LETTER BALE" WILL BE- GIN TOMORROW—LAST! SEV- ERAL DAYS. PEOPLE cm SAVE MOfEf IS FROM OFFICE Will Be Given An Opportunity to Ruy Good* at Low Price . Special to Courier-Times. Washington, Jan. 8.—Chief Forres- ter Plnchiot, who was dismissed from office last night by President Taft. appeared early at his office this morning and put In a busy day. He Is not disconcerted. He refus- ed to discuss the removal but smiled, anl ox poets his removal to lead to a big upheaval In the republican party. BURIED III SHOW (From Friday' Dally. ) VERY SICK BOY. Edge Br.j . have Inaugurated what Si'\en-Yoai'-Old Sou of Mai shall Mea- iromhfs to be one of the biggest sales in the history of Tyler. To thorough- ly advertise this great money-Having nal?, this popular firm had ten thou sard circulars printed and distributed throughout tho city and In the county In addition they have b3Ught a page dor H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

<S> WFDVESliAt, JANUARY 12. 1 I0. - SEMI-W EJ6KXY COl'RIEU«TIMES BAPTISTS Will CAll PASTOR A PRETTY PLACE. (From Saturday's Daily.) At 11 o'clock tomorrow morning tho members jf the First Baptist church will m¿et to discuss tho call- ing of a pastor. It Is understood that the pulpit committee, appointed some days ngn, will make a recommendation at this hour for the consideration of tho chnrcli, and if It meets with the ap- prjvui of that body, a call will bo exti*nti«"d to the man selected. The Courier-Times learns that tho committee will recommend Hev. Will A. Hamlet, who It will be remember- ed, served this church prior to th>* pastorate of Dr. Rlsner. Ho Is one of the ablest preacher* in Texas, and It Is predicted he will make a fine pastor for the church, If his services can be secured. lr U urged that every member of the church be present nt 11 o'clock timoirrow und take part In the de- liberations of the body. THE CITY FATHERS IN SESSION (From Saturday's Dally.) The c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 January 1910

semi-weeklt WI IÍVI MKAV, .lAVI'AKY 13. 1910. .1 i ¡v CITY AND COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPARTMENT CDITKD «V A. W. ORR. TYLER TIIK H «V 11UMV We regret <> fwl that the cr >p we hs\* In mind I on* ywi some- times neglect. Worse than this, y> u often fall to give recognition to th Importance of thin trop or to ctedlt the farm with Its production. We wcua the crop of boy* an I glrk now growing up on our South- ern farm*. This la the crop on which the future of our country so largv ly dependa. We muni not be unde.ratojd aa de- siring In any way to discriminate against girls. The fact Is thut their part of the subject la too large for brief consideration. Then, too, tho'r h.'x Is usually able to speak for It- pel f. Therefore, wo shall at present confine ourselves t:> the presentation of a few thoughts cn the subject of boyB. Here Is 'the first fact. The chil- dren raised on any farm aro really n crop and Its best product. Far too many farmers and futhers fall to recognize thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

1 9 <3 Q- fi'nte Uhrnry, A"-Hn, a r.-jo % tj „ O sj 1 c -J Cj .J „ o r J « . Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY. JAM'ARV 15, 1910. NUMBER S,. GUARANTY FUND BANK Don't run the risk of losinc your money by hiding it away or carrying it around with you when you can deposit it in a Guaranty fund Bank and know it is absolutely safe. The non-interest bearihg and unsecured deposits of this bank are protected by the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Texas. Your Account Appreciated. FIRST STATE BANK CHANDLER, TEXAS. E 4600 FEET Special to Courier-Times. Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 13.—Louis Paulhan today declared he will fly to San Diego, 100 miles distant in his bi-plane. Paulhan yesterday broke the world's record for altitude flight, go- ing 4600 feet into the air. He remain- ed up nearly one 'hour. The previous world's record for heighth was held by Latham who at- tained an altitude of about 1800 feet. Paulhan madie several complete circles in the air ai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

■ i I 1 I f a ¡I I i I jii a:. 6SQK>}%>' lis. >.%Y, JAMUARV 15. f •- Sesii-Weekly Courier-limes BY fto Courier-Times Publishing Co OAILY SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMF8 Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY A. LINDSEY Editor. . A. llcDOUOAL.. Associate Editor. . B. RAFFKRTY ..Business Mgr. at kIVter. Tern PoBtofflc m Second Oui Mail Matter. .tion. SU-llS North Broadway. Tyler. Tesaa. , ratea. 60 oenta per month by carrier, wfer*a¿Ut«.uO per year. n appearing In theae columna eon Individual, will be eheerfuily cor- ufrht to the attention of the Editor. r any .. C brought to the attention THE STRENGTH OP TIIF. WHIS- KEY TRAFFIC AND THE COUR- AGE REQUIRED TO OPPOSE IT. Entrenched behind a license sys- tnc yielding revenue* to the public .*rftacuree; behind statutes which the naloon; behind customs snfl established usages ar.d the dls- pwltlon of men to hesitate at reform. larhlmJ busings Interests, behind po- 'ilClcAl complexities and reciprocal ob- K^ftUns; behind rt-H urreful and active behind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

írup- an<l t c ?&• SEMI-WEEKLY COI RIEIt-TIMES LMJ i«t- WrWli VY. JAXl'ARY 15. 1910. KIDNEY DISEASE A disease that comes on gradually without the knowledge of the victim; its symptoms are so trifling they are misunderstood; hence proper treatment Is too-often delayed beyond the possibility of recovery. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a Life Saving Tonic. Used when the trouble is in the early stage it quickly checks the progress of the disease, strengthens the failing kidneys, stimulates the torpid liver and drives out the paralyzing uric acid poison through the bladder and bowels. To those who suffer from kidney disease in the more advanced stage it is of priceless value. act the aenulne with the Pigure "3" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists.; Price $1.00 per bottle. WILL MAKE IMPROVEMENTS SOUTHWESTERN TELEPHONE CO. PREPARING FOR EXTEN- SIVE IMPROVEMENTS. AMOUNT TO ABOUT $10,000 Work Will Begin as Soon ns tho Material Cnn Be Put on the Ground. (From Tuesday's Daily.) M. J. Stims...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

Cf' ,.r ■ m >V Hb. |M Uf P hé. ' • Pil" C- ' P" Pím *\ If Kr ■*•-. . .W RID5THE5Y5TEM OFCÁTÁRRH Catarrh oomes as ft result of Impurities and morbid matter la tha «sftreulation, and is a distase that only attacks muoous membrana. The «Un inner portion of tbe body Is lined with a delicate skin or covering -at soft, sensitive flesh. Thousands of tiny blood vesaels are Interlaced duoughout this mucous surface, and It Is through these that the Inner cane receives its nourishment and Is kept In healthful condition, however, the blood becomes Infected with catarrhal Impurities the become diseased and Catarrh gets a foothold in the system. The ■i of Catarrh are characterized by such symptoms as a tight, g in the head, watery eyes, buzzing noises in the ears, with par- t and often difficult breathing ana chronlo hoarseness. These i merely symptoms, and while sprays, inhalations and other local treat- nt may temporarily relieve them, Catarrh cannot be cured until the itifr nl Is purified o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

///AY Mmssgmm^jmssassmmsmsmm W|en our competltars talk about us we put them on our pay roll. We never mind what they say so long as they talk. SALE BUI For a week past we have been preparing for the Biggest Bargain Carnival ever attempted by any retail house in all East Texas. CREDITOR'S SALE ¡«SOS kWVMNOMf am Our creditors are pushing us for what we owe them and we have got to borrow the money to satisfy their de- mands, and with the consent of our customers, friends and general trading public we will borrow it from you. by sacrificing our stock and save you 50c on every dollar you spend with us in this sale. 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 thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

mj 1 i " '! ¡' 1 fm* í i SATURDAY, JAXl'AHY I . > (! NEMI-WI'EKLY ("OIHIFII-TIMES Avoid Danger "When yon are sick, or suffering from any of the I troubles peculiar to women, don't delay—-take Car- dui, that well-known and successful remedy for wo- men. Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited. Why not you? Don't take any chances. Get Cardui, the old, reliable, oft-tried | remedy, for women of all ages. It Will Help You J 40 Mrs. Lnzania Morgan, SneedviUe, Tenn., writes: "For ten! years I suffered with the turn of life, and tried many remedies |j without relief. I had pains all over my body and at times I could i not sit up. At last I took Caruui and now I can do my housework., I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all eiclí I Try it AT ATT- DRUG STORES women." J . WILL BE (From Tuesday's Dally.) At the recent meeting .if the State Teachers' Association, held In Dal- las. among the many good things done was the following: Condemning cigarettes the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

REMI-WEEKLY COXTRXWR-TTStBL SATUliDAY. JANUARY IS, 1*10. TELLS HOW TO TEST SEED CORN On last Saturday afternoon at the Commercial Club rooms of this city waa held a farmers' meeting, under the auspices of Dr. Proctor, which was termed "A Seed C>rn Test Meet- in*." There were present about fifty farmere who were deeply Interested in the subject and many of whom had brought specimen ears of their corn. The corn exhibit at this meé lng presented a very fine appear- ance, showing up quite as well as th? corn exhibited at the Dallas state fair. After several talks by those pres- ent in which they explained how they grew last year from thirty to fifty bushels of corn on upland and declaring they believed by pursuing the methods recommended by tho government agents they would be able to grow one hundred bushels to the acre. Dr. Proctor explained anl Illustrated the method of selecting the best seed corn, and also tho method of testing such corn so as to ascertain Its germinating qualiti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 January 1910

SATURDAY, MKtm IS, ft*, i I MONUMENTS, URGE CROWD ARE UNVEILED WITNESSED SHOW IMPRESSIVE ceremonies are the moving picture show held at mt. sylvan last sunday. Mt Sylvan, Tex., Jan. 11.—When we have finished our life's work In this world and have gone over to that other world I think we will not feel humiliated bocause we were a farm- er or a blacksmith or a shoemaker. We will not appologize became we ere mot this or that, because we will find our peace and will be satisfied. Our work will be a perpetual tonic to v* and there will be no drudgery In it' We will go to our task with delight and leave it with regret and life will be a glory and not a grind On last Sunday evening at 3:30 the Woodmen Circle met for the piiTpose of unveiling the monuments erected at the graves of two of Its members, Mrs. Whlsenant and Mre. Raye There was quite a crowd and the program was made Impressive. The Ploasant Retreat drove had been ln- vlnted to attend and many of them at brown & mcfarland's pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

y?* <3£> cmt- U**«ry , V„.tln. Tovn« ;-'á 1 % ft f'l Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURI \Y. JAXPABY 15, 1910. NUMBER (7 *3 hi WE LOAN DIRECT TO Farmers and Planters ...CALL AND SEE US... CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TYLER, - TEXAS JÓ RANGERS SENT Special to Courier-Times. El Paso, Tex., Jan. 17. — Capt. Ross and four rangers left Yesleta lat night for Calorado, Texa.', on hurry orders from the adjutant gen- eral, instructing them to report at Colorado with plenty of ammunition to prevnt the lynching of a prisoner. All efforts to obtain details of the affair from Colorado so far are fu- tile, owing to the effort of authori- ties there to suppress the story. TEXAS RAILWAY Rangers Are Sent to Colorado. Special to Courier-Times. Austin, Tex., Jan. 17.—Adjt. Gen. Newton today said he had sent Capt. Ross and gangers to Colorado upon urgent demand of city officials there who gave no reason except that the Tar.gers are needed. Ger. Newton if trying to learn what th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

WEDKEfiDAY, JANUARY It, l>10- Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT Ike Courier-Times Publishing Co. MtLY SEMI-WEEKLY COITOIER-TIMES Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY A. LINPSEY Editor. A. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor. B. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. at (Tyler, Tessa. PMtofflce M Second Claw Mail Matter. «( publication, 211-213 North Brc*dw y, Tyler. T«xm. ratee. GO eenti per month by carrier, •Mil 16.00 per'-year. A «Election •! Mtion appearing In theae columna con any Individual, will be cheerfully cor- ! brought to the attention of the editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject tv> action of Democratic Primaries. flRar County AUorney: JJCSSE F. ODOM. Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. ."MEANING OF JUDGE BROOKS* WITHDRAWAL. Awent the withdrawal of Judge S lrrv>kH from the gubernatorial race s* «pecial from Dallas to the Fort iWvrtH Record say* Judge Biooks •jsttiidrew to prevent .sacrificing Sen- ator Bailey. This announcement to- xrtber with the statement by Judge BmoTw that prohibition ough...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

, . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1*10. SEMI-WEEKLY COTTUEJl-TIMES AS TO TERRELL ELECTION LAW QUESTION OF LAW AS TO VOT- ING QUALIFICATIONS OF MINORS. FOUR CHILD ARE ATTENDING HARVARD UNI- VERSITY—AGES FROM 11 TO 15 YEARS. READ THIS CAREFULLY WILL ATTAIN DEGREE Minor Must Obtain Certificate to Vote, If He Will be 21 Before Next Election, Section 23 of the Terrell election law reads as follows: "Every male person who wJU be 21 years old on or before the day of an election and was not subject to a poll tax preceding the election at which he desires to voto, and who by reason of minority has not thereto- fore been subject to a poll tax but has or will become 21 years old on or before the date of an election, and who possesses all the other quallft cations of a voter, shall be entitled to vote at such election, if he has ob- tained a certificate of exemption from the county collector before the first day of February, which shall specify the day when he will be 21 years old, and contain all the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

...¿•re. f^mr If I? b' ü I • • OF POLL TAXES .. j : II f: is >• nrer-UE op mi 0\*BR SAMK DATE OF lam \m am TO BATE 2776 **5 (4 T«Vn K ITS Ahead of Same IMC MM—People Urged to r*> rp. Oxir.tr Tas Collector Hodges has n^ryr'nx; the Courier Tiir.es with the roll, wir e mt.mont as to the num- %«■ of poll ta\ collected thl* year up to Saiuriav night, Jan. 1also thoee ■ pto tant date last yejr wblrt its foil <wa: Precinct: Tyler. No. 1, . ., Tflwr. No. 2. ... iy«r. No. 3, ... ^VI«T. Nc. 4. ... Wbitehouse .. . OirwtTi " Troupe * Copland r Ballard >U**iday «Jcange Hall .... FK nt, PI :-as.Ti5t Retreat ML Sylvan Yr 1909 Tr 1910 "S 109 81 70 82 76 95 26 86 46 43 C9 59 106 Oacd^n Valley 112 152 119 10.1 139 14 81 20Í 86 10fi 63 86 90 61 137 177 49 291 63 56 4e 127 129 105 68 6« lfiO "Total 2091 ''2773 It will be noted that there Is an ln- - «rea e of 6S5 over 1909. The four •voting boxes of the city of Tyler «bow an Increase of 175 over last sear. It Is the duty of all citizens to ...

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