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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 February 1910

ill Sttfcti.frEi 8* :u ■it he iu HJce, cc¡i ty il i ity cut t'i i on rew rt. P'3 ¡(p¡> Í3 ib- this |degre I ably | Spocial to Amarillo, weather of for tonight A was a drop of and snow begi morning. Marrijf Mr. Lon Se I rice King wer bond® cf mat^j Dallas. Mr. known bartie^ | (beautiful an^ of this cltyj I an emplo| Telephony Samiuor | will m| ME) WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. SEMI-W10E I Muslin Underwear a >ld, and it ia written thát "A hottw Meli divides again#', itself «hull 11." The pretiera of getting people to Hxperate lb the great problem of ie age. Upon the disi>csitlon to di- ce and swat and hammer each oth- telflshnoss in others have preyed, .dividual fortunes have been bull1 nd trusts have grown fat upon op- jrtunltles which conimunltes, thus ivided throw away. If people would nly learn to co-operate they could vvu their own public utl'itiea and pay avenues to themselves instead of nylng tribute to others They could ulld schools, colleges, roads, facto- ,es and sec...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 February 1910

., • v. L i Br- i m, i H K! 14 1'i >'i.' ;.,N Mr • • \ WElDNE&DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. SEMI-WKEKLY COIHI ER «TIMBA TO DEVELOP EAST TEXAS HOITOR "LINOSEY MAKES VALU- ABLE SUGGESTION TO EAST TEXAS EDITORS. 71 MEET AT NACOGDOCHES Would Have East Tetfas Develop- ment Congress Meet With bditors ¡;t Thct Place. The Naooffdoche* Sentinel Kays: Tho Sentinel la In receipt of a let- ♦rr frrwn R. K. Yantls, of Athens, president of the I'iast Texas Pross Association, calling at:entIon to 'i <i.U<r sent him by Judge Sam A Uiwlsey of Tyler, eel tor o filio Cour- ier-Times, and in whleh the latter and urK'.'rf a n e. tins In Na- radngchcr. for I he purpose ol' oi i'anl/- mjf an East Texas I: volcpment Con- ««■ : . The Idea *< mo to he a Rood one, and will prove popular no doubt ill over this scot ion. A reply will ha went Mr. Yi.ntls from this city, fall- ing- in line with the sujigesition The Jeter from .ludgo Lindney stating the piar. Is: Tyler, Te\., .Ian. 15, 1910.—Mr. R. K. Yant...

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

i —ft iMWUMMittlMÉá WEftN MfrAV, PBBRÜARY 4, ttlA. : K 3¡> 13 All Pall and Winter goods at big concessions in price to clear them at Lipstate's. iu fc :e. [ecu ty Prl ty K t'i 1 H Oil ■ G0MPELLE9 TO ATTEND CHUSCH SALOON MEN, WHO VIOLATE MUST GO TO PREACH- ING. A NOVEL PUNISHMENT Will Be Adopted in Indianapolis, Indiara, For Salcon Keepers. Local saloon keepers who violate the closing laws in Indianapolis, Ind , rwiil lioreatfer be compelled to keep their saloons closed until they can produce a letter from a minister cer- tifying that they have attended/ church on Sunday morning and re- mained throughout the services. Such was the ruling of Mayor ©hank in two caso before him Wednesday and so, ho announced, he will deal with other violators. It was the caso of Marion Cum- mins, charged with keeping his place opera on Sunday, that suggested the novel punishment to Mayor Shank. Cummins, it is said, announced at the beginning of Mayor Shanks' cam- paign! of law enforcement that he wou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 February 1910

B&j / WMNMMV, IWIWAflVl and It U written thát "A houa# against Itself «hall SemWeekly Courler*Ilmesl<h4,",vl1^' Tto Cwrltr-Tlnies PuNtettog (*■ L¡5 *r¿ i£V± 5 DAILY ""sCMI'WlKK^fi6 ^pon *'ie disposition to di- —rmi «i ■ - ■ - ' ~ ná* an<* ®w*t and hammer each oth- •. A. LINP8EY l*lfl hnes« in/ others hav« preyed, H, A. llcDOUOAL.. Associate Witar* "^'vidual fortunes have been bull: 9. K. RAFFE'RTY ..BiuintM W> In<* tru«t have grown fat upon op- IT™*"" ^Ich oonim unites, thus divided throw away. If people would only learn to co-operate they cuuM f peUta^^M North Bn*dw< Iown their own public utHlties and pay revenues to themselves •t Tyler, 7mm. F CIm* Ifkutui tUr. __ i r tw.'to canta per month by cvri*r, rmtII M.00 por year. Instead of us why la It we do íwt al tike ad- vantage of those °Plwrt,jait"s' \Ve will answer our own ««eation. and asks you if we are not comet We do not raise enough foraire, no? provide our farms with necessary pastures, we have scrub cow , ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 February 1910

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. SEMI-WKEKLY COITRIER'TDIEH Mcdonald 9 CARLTON Musi O & Underwear and White Goods The sale that crowds our store to overflowing every seasorl, 2nd another chance is given you to get the biggest valuesof Muslin Underwear and White Goods ever offered in Tyler. All new styles, fresh from America's largest Manufacturers Don't Miss This Sale. Sale Starts Monday, Jan. 31st. h bly i2i |al to irillo, veather of pr tonight 3 vm a drop of md snow beg norning. Mame* -.«• ' i é Lon Sara! ' King were of matrif Mr. S barfjer, ifu! and Is city ploy hone on3. mail Jit) 49c LADIES GOWNS 20 dozen ladies muslin gowns. Greatest value ever offered. Only one gown to a cus- lomer while they last Züb 50 dozen ladies muslin gowns, plain, lace and embroidery trimmed. Long and short sleeves, high, and low necks. January sale price 50 dozen ladies muslin gowns, well made, all pretty new patterns, made of good muslin, lace and embroidery goods, white sale price each I Jib 50 doze...

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

- WEEKLY OOSIUE84DIEI i EPIDEMIC FEND Mm RECEDE TIE III FRANCE Special to Courier-Times. Paris, Jan 29.-By 8 o'clock this morning tho river Seine ^ell two Inches and is still receding, The sun is ahlnlng. f Conditions, however /re not lmprov ed and suffering 1b great. Now large fisrues havo opened everywhere lcttirg out torrents of L water. The government feart an epidemic when the waters recede and aro tak- ing very sanitary precaution. The city presenta a wlerd appear- ance. There is desolation on all sides. The devastation Is the worse in a hundred years. In its history Parte has suffered from a dozen or mot* floods atd this Is ouo of the very vorst. Hundred of thousands of people are homeless h/tü .have lost every- thing they have in the world. Food is bcaree and drinkiug water Is at a premium. Sewers are breaking ou all sides and they wo carrying their foul onijrtyings abroad in the city and outlying districts. The stench la hor rlble, nnd an epidemic is feared which, if it com...

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

Té- state Lí^rin*, Austin. Tcv¿* f Semi - Weekly Courier-Times. VC OLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1910. NUMBER tt. Gua F. Taylor, Preaident R. Bersrfeld, Active Vice-Prea. T. B. Ramey, Vice-Prea. ' J. D. Patterson * sat. Cashier 0\W/#A Geo. S. McGhee. Cashier G. C. Wlmberly. Vice-Prea. Walter Connally Vice-Pres O. M. Boren, Asst. CaBhier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350.000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Om. C. Wlmberly, R. Bargfeld. Walter Connally. H. B. Marah. T. B. Ramey. J. LI patata R. D. Cobb Gua F. Taylor Gm. 8. MeGhoo WE LOAN DIRECT TO FARMERS 55 COLDEST OF WINTER HAUGHTY BURGLAR FORT Spoe Or Jglno ley, i ed q dese' $4,00 Me^I Special to Courier-Times. Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 3.—A twen- ty degree drop In the temperature here is indicated by the local weath- er bureau' for tonight. Fort Worth and all North Texas will tee! the ' effects of the cold wave. Lasit night the mercury fell twenty degrees, andi this section wi...

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

■ - ' . . n / % SEMI-WEEKLY rornrLJI-TIMKá 3000 References from Those Cured of Serious and Chronic Diseases Poison, Old Sore , Lupus. Epi theliai or Caneroue Growth and Attl Skin Diseases Are Permanent- iy Cured by Dr. ReyonlJs. Extracts From Answers to Inquiries. Cured m? and U 'jiolut dy relia- ble. H. J. C!i noy. City CainpU ollar, N.iihvillp. Term. J NO. HADEN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERK. JUDGE BULLOCH WILL SPEAK AT CONVENTION Loyal Democrat and Gocd Citizen, Tyler Man Will Addrers Association He Asks Again for Impo-tant Of County Judges and Ccmrrls- Cwred my wife ana he;.-. P N*. Bailey, T Win : a, N. C. JUDO FORFEIT IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY S03E. >t ni ai 'O il'jr., cf skin Office. John F. Haden presents 11s nntnr foiay before- the voters of ;y 1 .h coun ty as a candidate for e i:nt> clerk, subject to the action <¡í tho (.I -uk* cratlc primaries. sioncrs' at Merlin. The a o pv tim of Fc'r.ir. S rcevipi cf the County i ASBoei.1-: jjj In Marllu, ^ Lumber Co. Mr. lladeu is w...

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

* I , J KEMi 'ttWttx CoviuER'TDIIS, f . n i ■ ;',9 I 1 ¿ I TER CARRIER GOOD ROADS !WT ROAD SYSTEM IS NO ) SAYS JACOB H. PHILLIPS, CARRIER OiN ROUTE 7. RS SUPERINTENDENT n Favor of Road Tax of $2.50 or Every Man Between 21 and 45 Years. (From Tuesrtny's Dally) jt Courier-Times: — Through lunula of your worthy publica- uioitice there Is quite a little on aneniit the road question, nice it seems to be a free for it, I would like to give my Uomig with the rest. mnisit all aeceed the fact that ¡sent road system is no good, tie fact that we can not build isis roads* In Smith county with es Kelly plows, pole axes, '.ton hoes, and that's the list of aost of our overseers have to vith. in favor of a road tax of $2.60 i0 ior every man from the age to 46 years, and if this is not int to build anid maintain a i of first class roads, through- odth counity, supplement ii with valorem tax on property sufll- 0 meet the demand. 1 also in favor of a road super- ant whose duty shall (be to look till r...

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

ttmwm ' VrfWl'n. .w-. t*TUMA,V, NMUMVUtj Seml-VeeMy tourtor-Tlmes ' Tit Cwrter-Tlnes PnUlsMmi to OAllY W IMI-W*rKLV a. A. LINMIT XL A. McDOUOAL.. Asooelau Editor. V. X. HAFFERTY . .Bu-lne* Mgr. tll-SU North Broadway, t. Thm. r month by canter. In th«M column* con will be ehocrfuily cor- ittcntion of the Editor. ; to tha attention ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNT!' OFFICES. Subject to motion of Democratic Primaries. For Oosiity Attorney: JOS8H F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. For Tm Amcmot: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. IW. H. DAY. For District Clerk: J. a LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAIRD. Far County Treasurer: W. H. CHITWOOD. JAB. P. BROUGHTON. For Co. Commissioner, Free. 1: (LLOYD SMITH. For County Clsrk: JNO. F. HIADHN, (re-election.) WHAT DO WC KNOW OU« CITYÍ ABOUT What do you ikmow about Tyler and Smith county, anyhow? ¡Suppose some Intelligent jrospector, who mwU be worth thousand of dollars to the city and county should call on' you today and propound a few perti- nent, but toy no means Impertinent qtMStlon*, similar t...

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

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1i)10. w SKMI-WKKKLY rnirnnrn-TntPH The Facts About Pe-ru-ia. ^05?nfl e.n ^kjholic br.vcraga in dieguise? Is it possible to use Peruna osi a substitute for whiskoy ? Do people buy Poruña and use it as a toddy, or a bitters, or a brncsr? •? W?U^^J)0 ®as.cst thing in the world for any one to demonstrate the falsity o x such sUiomcnts. Let any ona go to the drug store and purchase a bot- tle 01 rerunu,. Let hiu undertake to use it as a beverage, or take this rcmedjiin doses considerably larger than, those prescribed cn t.ho be etle. Would the result be alcoholic mtozicacion? Kotliiopofthe sort. Let any one try it and see. Fertma is a nisdical compound quite heavily loaded with medicinal ingrod* tents. Ii taken in dcs?s larger than prescribed it would produce a positivo drug cfaeot. ^ M c one could take it as a beverage. If any one doubts these state* ments, try^ it and seo._ We know that Peruna cannot bo used as a bever- age; that it will not intoxicate; that it c...

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

v"' ' • • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1910. & PURELY VEGETABLE Hi* nitit medicines are those which leave the system In the bsst con- dition after their use. Thia if one of the principal virtu* we claim for S. 8.8. Being made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, it Is not in even the smallest degree harmful to any system, but on the other hand Its veg- itibli ingredient# make It one of the nnott of tonics to build up the hsftlto In every way. A great meny blood medicines contain strong mineral ingredients which unfavorably affect the bowels, stomach or digestive sys- tem, and any blood-purifying effect they might have is therefore offset by their injurious action on the general health. 8. S. S. is the one safe and sure blood purifier. It goes into the circulation and rids the blood of every • • Vi. * - n niannln f att/l oHrlfl n/tllflflnfflO D* D« O, UUtCO 4VUvUUlUblOUI| vavuitui ww vw " ~ — — t Blood Poison and all like diseases, because it purifies the circulation. 8.8. S. may be take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 February 1910

© State Library, Austin, Ttexet. >•" Í.0 Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1910. NUMBER 12. Ou F. Taylor, President R. Bersfeld. Active Vice-Fres. T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, *sst. Cashier Geo. S. McGhee. Cashier G. C. Wimberly. Vice-Pres. Walter Connelly Vice«Pres O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital. Surplus end Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 1 SPECIAL COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS Directors Geo. C. Wimberly, J. Lipstate R. Bergrfeld. R. D. Cobb Walter Connelly, B. B. Marsh, T. B. Ramcy, Gus F. Taylor Geo. S. McGhee Special to Courier-Times. Austin. Tox., Feb. 7. — Governor Campbell today appointed a special court of civil appeals at Dallas to try several casos in which the regular court is disqualified'. The judges ap- pointed ;;re Hice Maxey of Denison, Lee Clark of Greenville, and E. G. A'bcrnathy. We Loan Direct to Farmers JNE REPAIRER IS ELECTROCUTED Austin, Tex., Feib. 7.—Harry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 February 1910

J. - -1- • WE OWE SO A Y, FEBRUARY •, 1Í10. skmi-\vi:ekly roriwut-TiME* lift, Semi-Weekly Courier-1 ¡mes BT The tourler-Times Publishing Co. OAILY incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY a. u. ar. (L UNDSBY Editor. A. McDOUGAL. . A '>ciate Editor. E. RAFKi:RTY ..BiwlneM Mgr. t Tyler, Texaa, m Second Clua Mail Matter. publication. 211-213 Njrth Brcmlwmy. Tyler. Tex *. S bi i ¡iiii in ratea, fit) canta per month by carrier, •rbr uuil W.UO per y cur. of A redaction apiwar'nir in these irwntr amr individual, will lie ti ' it brouirht to the utuintion o JumrM con tríUily cor- cha Kdjtcr. ANNOUNCEMENTS CO l'XT Y OFFICES. Subject t.. action of Dera 'cratic Primaries. für Count) Attorney: J/3S.SE F. ODOM. N. W. ÜROOK3. (Qor Tux Anofwor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. VY. H. DAY. 0*jt District Clerk: J. 8. LAVENDER. TAT H. UEAJKD. Vor County Tr<wurer: W. H CHIT WOOD. JAS. P. BKOUGHTON. For Co. Commissioner, Prec. 1: LLOYD SMITH. rFor County Clerk: J NO. F. HADEN, (re-election.) For Tax Collector: JH. II. HODGES,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 February 1910

U -M « tasaMsx&L* totmtfltuttttfc* HOOKWORM DATA SCARCE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH FINDS DIFFICULTY IN COMPIL- INQ FIGURES. fOO MUCH PUBLICITY That Disease and Pellagra, Say Au- thorities, Treated With Too Much Frivolity. 'A groat deal of «pace has been ised utilized in the papers here of late telling about hoakwonm and >el)agra. Tlie state (hoard of health, wvlng taken up the matter, is hav- ng coni&idoraible trouble in compil- ing statistics. The subject has been treated with much frivolity by the pros© of he entire country, say the officials f the board. The ijecent idea of a lib lie examination ot university stu- ents resulted in so much unfavor- ble publicity for the hookworm ftat the medical department of the tate Board of Health is in a quan- ary as to hicw to .proceed in the ga.tli irinig of data and getting statistics tf bookworm eases from this section t the country. Dr. W. M. Brumby, president of he board, attended the hookworm onferenee recently held1 at Atlanta, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 February 1910

•*r^' . > | 1KB f!: v I i WMWUAV, lt*Ü<¿V >, Hit, Senri-Veekly Courier-1 lines PrtHiMng Co SEMI-WEEKLY BY DAfiT S. A. LDfMXT ... H. A. McDOUOAJL. V. a. RAFFGRTT Bdttor. Editor. .Buainsaa Mgr. " ^¡slus^SS^" pabMatttoa. ZU-8U Tyler. Toil North Broadway. 00 «anta pac month by carrier. will ha cheerful ly oor- >t to the attMttoe af the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Democratic t tama r. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. ffm Hi AMeMor: HBNRY B. MATTHEWS. (W. H. DAY. For IMMrlct Clerk: i. a LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAÍKD. r* County TreMurer: W. R. OH1TWOOD. MB, P. BROUOHTON. for Co. CcmmlKioner, iPreo. 1: LLOYD SMITH. For County dark: JNO. F. OADEN, (re-election.) for Tax Collector: H. H. HODGHEB, (re-election.) m WHO M AT SBA, WHY AND WHO WHX RUN TO THB FINISH. Jolt at this ttane there Is much about the gubernatorial eitua- |oa betas all lni a muddle, the people feria* «I aaa and the like. The peo* |k (who axe far Johnson or Oolquitc ya not In the least la a muddle or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 February 1910

♦ ' > V w^w , áll 3 ^ -tF; ® ® ® WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAFY 9, 1910. SEMI-W1JSKLY COUniER-TIKEH Guitars, Violins, Banjos, and Mandolins | THE LARGEST STOCK—THE LOWEST PRICES I invite you to visit my Music Room where you will find the largest collection of string instruments that is on exhibition by any Music Dealer this side of St. Louis. Violins, all styles and finishes, price $2.00 and up Guitars, all styles and finishes, price $2.50 and up Banjos, all styles and finishes, price $1.50 and up Mandolins all styles and finishes price $2.50 and up Violin Bows-patent heads—Bell Brand of Steel Strings, and all other makes of Strings. All kinds of repair parts for instruments. A visit to this music room will beneiit you and if you are thinking of purchasing a Musical Instrument of any kind see me before you buy as I will save you money. Have you an Edison Phonograph, if not, Why not, you can buy one on Easy Payments. YOURS FOR MUSIC, THE MAJOR T. E. DURHAM FACES TRIAL TODAY AT Assistant Supe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 February 1910

< c t- * WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, tt-TOi s.-' i B m* m LADIES ORGANIZE CIVIC ■■■ IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE'FOR TYLER A representative nun/) r of t!ie women "who do things" in Tyler met In the Commercial Club room* ye terdey afternoon in response to a general call for an apsonub'ing of tbewe Interested In a more 'beautiful Tyler. The chill of the fierce north •wind did not succeed In cooling the warmth cf their enthusiasm of eight- een stanch loyalists who reported for work—work, the soul, tb« pleasure andtthe salvation of this ille. Mrs. Oscar McFaitand waa made .chairman. During some discussion the imme- diate project in vew, the beautifying of the court hoiite grounds, Mayor Bonner and Judige Lindeey each gave the ladles a short talk. Mr. Bonner approved the course the ladles plan- ned and as-wired them cf his co-oper- ation. Jadge Lindwy suggested that their oigan I sat ion be so planned that they might become the association compose £ of the progressive and competent men and women of ...

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

1 • ' * V • . í. Hiato Library, Vl. Tf. \a* Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1910. NUMBER IS, 'rus F. Taylor. President. R. Bergtfeild, Activo Vice-Pies. T. B. Ramiey, Vice-Pros J. D. Pattoison, Ast. Cashier. (Jeo. ¡S. McGhee, Cashier Q. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Connolly, Vice-Pres. O. .U. Boien, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connolly. H. B Marsh. T. B. Raxney. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobib. (Jeo. S. McGthee. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers TO DEATH T A BURGLAR Groveton, Tex., Fetb. 10.—Fighting in a dark kitchen with a man whatu he believed to be a burglar, S. T. Lackhart, early this morning staiblbed 'Carlton Swimney to death with a butcher knife. Upon procuring a light, Lock luir r found to his horror he had slain one of his bast friends. Swininey is prominent, and during a fit of tem- porary ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 February 1910

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910. SliMl-\vI EKI-Y < 'OTO IFit-TIMKa ■ Br K ^federate Soldier Committed to Fined An lx= J i ¡MOEMII, % WILL TERRACE i ¡ SMITH GO. FARMS 3000 References from Those Cured of Serious and Chronic Di.se, ses <tlT( nralhttj nic oiuv. to do st •lru r* i imea* — i 1 demonstration n g. mg ?rracini; Blood Poison, Qld Sort3, Lupus, the!'al cr Canerour, Growths A!!1 r'"'~crc Pcr"T ly Cured by D¡-, Feycnlds. Epi- and From Answers to !v> and is absolutely reiki .J. Cheney, City Comptroller, Inquiries. Oil and Tyler, Texas, Feb. 8. 1910. For over a fourth of a century, I have been treating the sick, by natural and scientific methods, best known as scien- tific massage, wnich method has been known and practiced for over thre county. at the ! oes 1 wc.iM ! ■cplo who ai-o 'nt'Mo a would be with us: r. P. Jarvis' farm, T irt 10 o'clock. Pro* V W Oir's fa start It) o'clock. J. E. fir eon' irm nllowing time.' 1 glad all the tid in terrac- lUtiw, Feb.. IS. : .a Arp, Fob...

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