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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

a6 n On p £=3 0 WFTDM'SIVW, OCTORKR 20, 100 . o «a, ¿ a .a '•••' '• <a® © @ ,i r & A 4 «$* a o © o SEMf-WKKKLY OOBRnp¡vmm . ^ ^ ^ GO 0 OGc:::3GC:::3OO Oc.-Jage> l'J , , Just the Goods You Want, the right kind at a Big Saving in the Price mm , Blankets. Quilts, Children's Coats, Ladies' and Misses Coats, Ladies' Men's and Boy's Sweater Coats, Men's Boy's and Children's Suits and Pants, Millinery and see what you save f Whenever there is a bargain to be bought we try to be on hand to secure it, See what you can buy at our store, ♦J' to say the least, it will pay you to note how much more others charge you 100 pairs Double BLANKETS, per pair 39& All woolen 11-4, extra size, beanutiful plaid BLANKETS, per pair $4 50 Fairly good size, double bed QUILT 951 Satin finished, sanitary filled, stuffed DOUBLE BED QUILTS, extra large eize, 9Q Choice 200 MISSES AND CHILDREN'S COATS at a big bargain $1 90 and $2 90 Choice of 25 LADIES COATS, In handsome sty lea of the right make and ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

1 rrwm *+* ■ & O B 37 OUTHS FROM STORM HAM TOWNS WRECKED TUX- NENKKi; GEORGIA A VP (JTRER KTATHK FIRE FOLLOWS STORM te AtlMM, «a.. Will Amount to Dsenlalina. HOUSES BURNED LAST NIGHT CLAMP WIRE KEEN ISSUING FROM l«H r or HEAVES' HOME. LOSS ABOUT $4,800.00 i"~ i'fh- MaaM kb>. Tim., O at. 16.—hhh Mle lrnowa (Imm'b lia* iiiu<{r eh mm- • Mtal 9t th1rtT-v, ^ hgmM li o •ad wit* t '. ;«■ n ota ni* re i Med 4**4. a 4 f lUi .«Core« et.riou.sly jured and many ottieiw painfull brutaed and scarred, and with the property damage running to a mil Hon or more dollars, the havoc and destruction record of the storm which •wept Middle and West Tennesaee Alabama and South Carolina late yesterday afternoon and last nigh grows hourly aa reports are received from remote district* and aa wire •ommunication id gradually restored ft a normal condition. The storm of last night was prob- ably the worst that has visited this ■action of the South in years, being intense in ita destroying fun', and vrtd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

COOK'S WORD DISPUTED AGAIN hdwin bariull, guide. says the doctor never reach ed mt. Mckinley. SAYS DIARY IS CHANCEO Makes Startling: AHhIiuII — Telia About Alleged "Fake Pictures." New York, Oct. 14—The Globe this afternoon prints a copy of the affi- davit made by Edwin N. Barrili, who accompanied Dr. Frederick A. Cook at the time he announced his reach- ing the summit of Mount McKlnley. The affidavit was made before a no- tary at Tacoma, Wash., on Octoi^er 1 and lias just been received in Now York. Barrill's affidavit states in ef- fect that he was the only person pres- ent with Dr. Cook on the date when he claims to have reached the summit of Mount McKlnley; that they did not in fact reach the summit and the nearest point to the summit reached was at least fourteen miles distant from the summit of that mountain, the elevation at no time exceeding 10,000 feet. IJarrill's affidavit also brings intj question a number of the photographs which Dr. Cook has given as representing the sum...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

AY, OCTOBER 2*. !•• . 4 3 years to Pay for a Piano! 10 Days Free Trial Your Home IS IT AS ItKIUHT AM ('III-Klti'l Ij As I I SMOM.lt III: Do< s it radian• warmth ..ml tfbod w.-hiji— i.s it a «••nu!n«-ly l)ii| p) home —to It no attractive to your t i ¡<m<1h that tin look forward lo t:if- oecaJdr-ns ■when they may visit ItV Above all, I* it a home Hint dallj entio.•< r.u-n member f the family, a home that > ;uli 1* prouil of, th.it each loves ami cherishes? Or Is it a h-me that lacks congeniality— i horn, w'iose at- moHphere is cold and forbidding—a liomi that i m« rely a jdio to < at and sleep; no moro, no l< ss? An.swr th<«e qiavtionH and it is easv t (tell WHAT PI*AO 10 MUSIC HAS IN VOIJH iiOMK Nothlng>—absolnt) ly nothing—Is so ess« ntlal to domestic luippin s.< as music.v Your children's eduoatl.'n will be ttunted without it. Music soi't- ens, refine*—it builds happiness out of gloom—il i- a t ;nie for the ck, the unfortunatf . the heart-weary. AKK Y'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

o {¿'i W) Stale IJ^rary, Austin. Tcvss. O % Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. volume: xxvi. TTLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OtTOHKR 23. ltt . number 85. OLD FUED RESUMED AV. 11. l'OWl.KS KILLS ROBERT) garrktt near Hastings i over family row. BYSTANDER IS KILLED Justice « r lite Pepee Cornelias Struck by Bullet TnfTHled for Victim of Powers. Hastings, Okla.. Oet. 19.—Reviving an old between the families over condemratton of roadway a* a result uf which a brother had been killed last spring by Rjbert Garrett, W. H Powers, a young farmer, residing near Hastings, shot and killed Oarrett •when the two met on the streets here and In the attempt to kill the object of hta wrath, acddentaly killed Jus- '.tlce of the peace j. a. Cornell . 1'oar shots were fired three of them taking effect In the bead and breast of Oarrett and the third gptng astray iof the mark, strtwk the Justice of tbe peace Is a vital a£ot and resulted tn almost instant death.'' Power was -shortly alter ward arretted by Coo- stable R. O....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

O Ci °o° 0_ O O o o SATURDAY. OCTOBER tS, 10o . Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LIND8EY Editor H. A. McDOUGAL. # .Associate Editor F. E. RAFFERTY Business Manager Subscription ratea, 50 cent* per month by tarrler, or by mall 16.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Tezaa, Postofflca u Second Class Hall Matter. Office of publication, 211-21J N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex. A reflection appearing in these column* concerning ; any Individual, will be cheefully corrected if brought to j the attentlcn of the LJlior. 51—BOTH PHONES—51 lar city cr town in order to travel a good road. The r<>ul« around Undalt, Swan, Tyler. Whltehouse and Troupe should be go constructed and connected tha: if a man who lives north of Lir.dale desires to go to a l ,int south of Troupe he could trave, all the way in a t*>d road and pass through I.in-lale, Swan, Tyler, Whltehouse and Troupe. I« t the cities and town Join in building gcod roads, and le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

[ o o O o o O ÍV> o © 3 Q O i ©<• <?•. °c3! o „ ® o O O O SATURDAY, OCTOBER 43, 1 0«. SEMI-WEEKLY OOTOIER-TIMíX pecoming aMotheb Is an ordeal which all women approach with dread, for nothing compares to the pain of child-birth. The thought of (he suffering in store for her robe the expectant mother of pleasant anticipations. Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child. This liniment is a God-send to women at the critical time. Not only does Mother's Frisnd carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but it prepares" the system for the coming event, relieves "morning sickness," and other dis- comfort ; Sold l'-v druggi u tt $1.00 VUiIIIUl ls. üook of \ lu t>leinform - Wo i. mailed fr*e. TBS BR AD FIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta, Ca. i-sena to women at tne critical time. inch irry women safely through the perils of MQTflE& iFBIENDl LINKS, PINS FLAGS. LANTERNS MIMK XOTKS' ABO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

COURIER-TOCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, l Ot. t ¡á 1 §j CP I 4 « k k. ' CLOTHING It's the pride of our business to be able to sell Kantbebeat Cloth- ing and to be able to give our customers the value of their money. We show here our 3- bittoa sack suit; a very attractive and neat gar- ment. There is no extreme to this suit further than 11 s extremely good make. We have them from $15.00 to $25.00 0 . 0 0 Currie & Gaston Tyler, - Texas \p% - . Q-°0 V.K) "! „ Rr "" —r-w— i f i fÁ|j Á C ,v< 0 EXTRACTS FROM THE TYLER REPORTER, OCT., 21,11068 S 1 ■ • What Tylerites Were Doing Just Forty-One Years Ago-Hamil- ton and Douglas Editors I \ MJIltta ,1 -V; .,,, ■ t fcc o v' y M A |(J .1 Jf t p'-j ■ m ;l" •, <■ p' > r r (W« have received the c-opv through the e-curten;.' of Mrs. John P Smith.) The paper is ornamented with a stamp of a dollar in the title with the eagle ami the motto, "E piuribus I'telim' 'upon it. Among tho profes- sional cards on the first page under | U^srfteading "i&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

OO ©O O SATÜHIíAY, OCTOHER 23, 1M . O O , II,/i-. O Q O o o SOU-WEEKLY COeRXBR.TiMBB. Q cr Just the Qo^ds you want, the rigrht Kind at a big saving in Price and see what you save ' I • * i s Whenever there is a bargain to be bought we try to be on hand to secure it, See what you can buy at our store, to say the least, it will pay you to note how much more others charge you. Get one of our $5 stamp books, if you haven't one yet. You get one stamp for every 10c bought; these stamps good for premiums at our house. Fill the book with our stamps and you get $5.00 in cash. We are after your regular and continuous trade. On Sale 100 pairs double Blankets. Per QAn Pair 090 All woolen large size double plaid AO QA Blankets worth $5 to $6 per pair$3a5JU 200 Boy's Corduroy Caps worth 25c | price I UC 10 dozen Misses Tan and other AQn fancy Caps worth 50c ZwC 100 Misses Coats all sizes, val- g | AA ues ranging $2.50 up to $5 $ I ■ wU 2 cases Brown 10c Canton Flannel price Ou 1 ease 10c Bleachin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

oo oo O O BAIOAL PARTÍ PUT INCACE rorPLR FORCED TO TRAVEL THHOVUH STREETS OF VLHVE- LAXI), OHIO. TRAVL iN ZOO WAGON Friends IVrpflnilrd fir rat .loke #' Tlie Couple Otme From (he ... Church. UGLY MORDER CAPITAL CITY DEAD BODY OF A YOUNG WO MAX IOFNII |\ A MKsgrni; THICK KT. TWO SU ARRESTED Believed <;irl Wim Killed and ceuleil li\ Ht'r Murderers— iMMly Con ' X § •Cleveland.O., Oct. J I.-—A ridc thru the «met* in a u-coden cage ro ^uoted on a «pring started the w d ding trip of T&cydore Ensign and hit hrrde, Who "9ta* Mttw Claw. Z&rao, No. Oncv avenue. instead oí brtdegrotnn's totwnohJIp they f undi «** <*g*, ru> open door, *aU« ins th*W> *t St. Luke's Grace Evan- «•illCRT rhurch niter tft© ceremony. "We wetM «o exdted we allowed oui8«lv«B &> ** mastttrd into It ftefore « www utowt was happening," Mm. Ensign ««M, as kw twitaoi Jwnrtrt her away <mx the!* «ai ««MU* trip. Yam «** w<w *n Of the fcri* «At parly fiaeojmpajsltd «he wagon on itt }onre«y fr>...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

o SATURDAY, OCTOBER I), lMff. « oc? O C.1C3000 o o OO (¡b o oo «• JEAN VALJEAN OF MODERN LIFE WENT BACK TO PRISON TO PRO- TECXT RELATIVE FOR BUGIiARY, TILD WIFE OF CRIME .Married and Lived Happily Eleven Years Voluntarily Returns lO Stri|KN. Pontine, Mich., Oct. IS.—Henry Smith, the Jean Valjean of Michigan returned from prison to his wife and family, and when the stork arrives at the Smith home in a few days, the loyal wife anil mother will be guard- ed over by the man who for eleven years has been a true husband to her and a good citizen. Governor Warner has given him a full pardon. Smith's case is an exact counterpart of that of Victor Hugo's character, with the exception of the endin which undoubtedly should be "and they lived happily < ver after." J-li> was convicted of burglary, sen- tenced to five years in Ionia reform- atory and escaped eleven years ag > Then he married ttnd led an honest life. He was captured when the Ionia authorities found him working here on a p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 October 1909

SATURDAY, OggOPKR 83, ItOt rz&- HOW PARENTS HINBER T it * ¿ííiool fWoRk op rara r CHILDREN. í.MU> eh.ftfc''m** na *w *• -«*• tim t'. > kV ; j lita- M WSfi •Míffete r AJM*V '.¿cet ^ fcat> Vv. Following yaper was read by Mm Jens Ov«M turi, n 'teacher- in the pu *- aehoota, before i meeting °J .l.l Mother's Club, and i« pu® "* by request: zt* TTJÜSSX, Z home, thí ichool, w>m* a\\.N 4 f) \ir, f ftVr\ f ;■ \ H mv „t r,0 U/l flWt.1T*. the government rr° " r VY i v Mo . r 'lis H i /?: r. BP; K /v *&•' • c> o • ft o Y t4C3'; C; y rf 0 ' . ..¡¡f 'jL* 00°O 4 ' ÍÍ--S i PV W' 0 . i vo 1 1/ t? • 0. J c°-) it °0 '■"'S . „ lhw tMt the". in ti- ,mp.«an. .1. ^ p,m,„tca „„„ . ^ iw /nteltfijence and truth dominated ^ut pos-slliU only *?í} TÍl¿prM>e>W&lned !,n(1 '""p' ¡ "Tai,. c^nHh.p. T - jlegun tfc * rly. In this r )- Znt'W«fkt5: potent ZC% * thJhoftS. the mother. ?u„ olrlU-r < fall"" «' tho child. Í„ we are bt/«ht t. really,- th. , .ho ut/ment, -the hand that tdut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

€2 TJl-rnrv. Austin. Trvn* ■ ■)©<?-'= ~!5fc f # * Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. OCTOIiER 27, 1009. TWELVE PREMIUMS TO BE GIVEN Semi-Weekly Courier-Times To Give Away Some More Useful and Valuable Presents CONTEST OPENS NOVEMBER 1ST. Closes at High Noon Friday December 24—A Fine Piano and Other • o ' Valuable Articles SET IN CONTEST ROW Writr, Phone Or Go to the Courier* Tbue Ofllce and Get Early—Good Pay For Short Time. The Semi-Weekly Courier-Times I going: to give Its reader and some hustling representatives another lot of fine premium* at high -noon, De- cember 24, 1909, , •-••i The fact of the imputar subscrip- tion ge tting content pulled, oft last ye®r being such a satisfactory «me o.i%<3 the further fact that -we have been solicited by a number of people •Who were in the contest last <WJ oift thet-thhryea shr taoln toU dlu <mp o/ the main reason® for putting on another one. In o great many instances the details of the sun test wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

SU «ta íuuISMI «•maHaNIMaaMaiMMNiaiMNNMMÍ S 9 €> B| { - .' •* , í mm .* • } ' i * TT <v |P6l i •i • o* f u o o eo o o WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ({•f _ jWCVMlE CS & ^r25 © ir. \& 'o SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMER, (o) c0 B7 The Courier-Times Publishing: Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LIN USE Y Edit* H. A. McDOUOAL. Associate Editor F. E. RAFFERTY Business Manager Subscription ratea, 60 cents per month by iarrier, or by mall $6.00 per year. Entered ut Tyler, Texas, Postofflce as Second Class Mall Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex. A reHection appearing In these columns concerning any ladlfldual, will be cheefully corrected If brought to the attention of the fcJKor. 51-BOTH PHONES—51 NOME OP THE PROBLEMS OF MARRIED LIFE. •'Matrimonial Mishaps and How to Avoid Them" • w¡w tlu* Buhject of an address delivered before the Kilo ' AssficlaoUcn, a woman's club, by the Rev. D. I). Vaughait. of Chicago a few night* ago. About 200 voting Wom n listened to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

IT SE of irn to id lie, FELL OFF KOOF INTO MOTHERS LAP LITTlíK BOY WHILE FLYING HIS KITI'I LOST BALANCE \XD FELL TO GROUND. Philadelphia. Oct. 82.— Reven-year- "ld David Evans fell trom the roof of hla house, a twj-Btory structure, and -was saved (ram serious Injury by falling on the front doorstep. He rolled from her lap before she eoukl grasp him and fractured ills rltfbt fore arm. Otherwise he escaped with but a few bruiseeh. Toung Evaru had gone on the roof to fly a kite. A gnat cf wind Jerked him from hla feet, and aa he released his hold upon the kite cord he went over the edge of the cornice. Below his mother was doing some needle ■work on th« front doorstep. Wfefen ho iell into her lap ahe was so ibadly {frightened , and later became hys- terical that ahe required more med- ical attention than her son did. STABS BURGLAR WITH HAT PIN FARMER'S DAUGHTER LEFT AT HOME BOLDLY ATTACKS INTRUDERS. LATTER FOUND UNCOKSCIOUS TO FIGHT RALOOVS. Arkansas .\nli* | Imii Hoi (Timpalgti in Eao...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

63 O O oo c WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ST. 19M. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER Semi • Weekly Courier- Times © © BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY vo Ifa tit; ' ■ ¡Í:i;; I " " jT.'V , mk 11 ¡¡Érfdk í } 8. A. LIND8EY Editoi H. A. McDOUGAL Associate Editor F. E. RAfFERTV Business Manager Subscription rate*, 60 cenu per month by earrier, or by mail 6.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Texas, Postofflce a* Second Class Mall Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex. A reflection appearing In these columna concerning any Individual, will be cheefully corrected if brought to the attentlcn of the Editor. 51-BOTH PHONES—51 Tyler, Monday, October 25. 190 . enquiries to Dr. S. A. Knapp. at Washington, D. C. The government agents for Texas held «--meeting, at Dallas last week at which Dr. W. F. Proctor, of Ty- 1 ler, niad<- an exc'llcnl add."«fs to the young men pres- ■ ent. He urged them to be good citizens and first-class farmers, and expressed th h >pe th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

O WFDNE&D \V. OCTOBER 2J, 1*09 oo SEMI-WEEKLY COCRMB.WMIM \\K\THER IOUIX AsT. Nftf LYKIÜ OPENS THEATRE TONIGHT Washington. D. C.. Oct. 24.—Uist bulletin gage forecasts of disturbance to cross continent 26 to ao, warm wave 25 to J9, cool jjravo 2s to Nov. 1. This is expected to bring several days ot' very rough weather including a cold wave, severe frosts, sn wn north and liea\y rail's south. Between 23 and 2S a se\erc- tropical storm will organize on t • .st-a. I am nit able at , (recast i he path of that tropica! stoioi. Hav- ing telegraphed connections with the West India Islands, the l\ s. Weather Iíiireau will 1) ■ able t> ghe warnings V f the movements of that Morn; near >U1- Siuthern Coast.-:. But this tropi- cal storm will cause a cold wave in the Northwest that will move lo tin Atlantic Coast. First disturbance of November will reach Pacific O >ast about cross Pacillc Slope In close of 4, Great Cen- tral Valleys 5 t.o 7, Eastern N La tea md Provinces S. Warm wav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

MM oo y t\ L I A. 'i f\/ O O Wfl>.\KM)\V. (MTOliKK 27. 1909. O O SMITH COUNTY SCHOOL OOYS CORN GROWERS WIN HONORS Awarded Grand Trophy Cup for Best General Showing — Gets State Presidency and Secretaryship ALSO WIN ONE OR TWO OF THE MINOR PRIZES Dr. Proctor returned la«t night from the Dalla* fair, and bring* fine report of the Smith County Boy'? Corn Growers' Club. Juf>t before he left that city late yesterday afternoim he learned that the Smith county boys had won the grand trophy cup. valued at $25, and considered the moat highly nought pri?.*> of the occasion. This prize was wen on the bw t general showing made by the boys both on the farm and at the fair. In addition to winning the trophy cup, the Smith county club was given the distinction of having two of the #tate -«ffleera, namely the presidency and thn secretary, the former being won by a son of Mr. Healrd of the Pleasant Retreat community and the latter office going to a boy from Flint. A paper that retel\ed ment...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

o Q O C-~> *® o °°^ o Cí* o O o £0 O C.0 oO «CQ O WEDNESDAY. OCTOllEli iT, 100 . SEMI-WEEKLY COFRIER-TIMBB. TfiüJPS ON GUARD AT GREENVILLE MRS. RISNER Greenville, Tex., Oct. 22.—Up te noon today there h;ul been n<> fur- ther developments in the attempted lynching case at Greenville. The lady n:id ben unable to identi- fy the negro, notwithstanding two or three had been taken from the jail. The broke down the jail do.>rs last night with crow bars and took the negroes out. No identification haw been made. Troops arrived thi.s morning and are now In possession of the jail, .state rangers are expected here on «very train. The situation at this writing is quiet, but an angry spirit prevails. Austin, Tex., Oct. 21.—Sheriff II..ro- soli of Hunt county today wired the governor that the situation is very serious at Greenville and he urged that the militia be called out to pro- tect the negroes now in jail against probable mob violence. The prison- ers are being held f >r alleg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1909

o $ li I ::r. *1 ¿¿' 'j i E; Kfg,.,': Hit? I m o o <*> •OO- l G1 c;---gUC3 O •VtJ , 4,^ noo-weexur cotoier-otmct. • «if * i O O CCD % ti Wk J* O Ó cdo o *0 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 37, ltOt. W.V ♦ C <(4 /* *v*' • •% v i*+'rr ■ r- *•, , t ^ ^ Q Just the Goods you want,the rig-ht Kind ata big saving in Price * <'• ****** fH« . {/ .-ft • U ' ?► f " C i* t i ' i* ' • '/ i| i.4 *•* <• % s% j M& r>w 'AU-** 24 twi^c* and see what you save Whenever there is a bargain to be bought we try to be on hand to secure it, See what you can buy at our store to say the least, it will pay you to note how much more others charge you. Get one of our $5 stamp books, if you haven't one yet. You get one stamp for every 10c bought; these stamps good for premiums at our house. Fill the book with our stamps and you get $5.00 in cash. We are after your regular and continuous trade. On Sale 100 pairs double Blankets. Per QQa pair Ovu All woolen large size double plaid Aq aa Blankets worth $5 to $...

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