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

;• * . • wqHmujMUÉt ÍAfUMAV, *MüM <1. 4M, l i AN LED BEAR EXPERIENCE OF iARRETT, WELL IN THIS CITY. FOREIGNERS ROBBED EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. iIGH THE HEART of the Cubs, After a Struggle in Rocky fountains. i News of Chicago, lias Interesting story, taken ¿f Col. 'Í-. II. CraiTctt: fill). 4.— The uflicc-8 of Bracket.!. Garrett, West- ifor the Woldort Grocery i-xais. ha w been nítido ting b> an addition tc collection in the shapo Rocky Mountain ibear. has been considerable of fer in his day. He has lie to sreu're some unique fcry foreign country lie ou« entering the colonel's ihe first time would think an arsenal. . tnel i'j a civil war veteran, runand.?'.! a Texas regl- icn the war was over ho officer in tho army of the tlaximilian After Muxlmil* throw, the colonel went to 1 entered the service of the Wlun the English took that gentleman's affairs, el decided to return to his ath. He journied back to id bought a pecan planta- fer since the colonel lias Special to Courier-Times. For...

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

r '■ • CREAM BRI BA UttjftMV, MWU**fjUít SemUeekly Courier-limes1IN BY The U)urtor*Tlmes Publishing Co DAILY üiiü'tirkkkiifr uütriiikii*tíkké véam Jneotporétéd 8CMI-WKCKLV t. A. LINDMT H. ▲. Me DO UQ AL. .Asocíate Editar, f. E. RAFFKRTY . .Bu*ln«« Mgr. «■%.isrM.'ssr*- A correspondent Writing to the Farm and ltanch has the following to guy which will he of interest to our jxople: 4Answering the tetter In last week a Farm and Ratuch from "Suibacrlioer," Smith county, Texas, If the lnstalla/- tion of a creamery in Tyler caueed/ country butter to decline on that mar- ket lit cortalnily 1 an excejitlon to the general rule. "Th creamery here had the opposite effeot. When our creamery ibegan operations hero, leas than throe years ago. country butter <v/as selling at from 10 to 12 cents caah to the ship- per, or from 15 to 20 cents in trade to the grocers Today l't Balls at from 15 to 20 cents cash to the shippers and from 20 to 25 cents at the stares. One of our cream patrons had 'been ...

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

1 1 COIÍ' art 3, Of, epr© fchoo! bile iá III) I lili ft' luiib- |Ua- lt |9U1)- I ex- A fdu- |uy by I ibe (ted 311- litS Of the sp- Itia f.te lili lili I in 2k / I' 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 12, 1910. II SEMI-WI.EKLY rOiniIGH«TIMF.M " " "" " ~ and Mandolins I i B ¿I 1 "i' <y?. # íC *¡ '¡'I .<?" U ►;} LARCIE: OCK—TH !H OWEST PRICES ai>Mri*na.iBstu awmiLrMBULJiM . ■«, I invi,.e you to visit ray 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, a i styles and finishes, price $2.00 and up Banjos,/:!! sfc; es *>.nd finishes, price $1.50 and up Violin Bows -patent heads—Bell Brand of \SteeI Stria;? parts for iastru n^nts. A visit to tais music . oom wil Música; Irwciurasnt of any kind rea m< beforu y. u buy as I w H'ive you an Edisoj Pa ; r- .y.ioa, if a •;, 7a/ io you can bu Guitars, all styles and finishes, price $2.50 and up . M n olins(all styles and finishes price $2.50 and u...

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

m •*+ ¿.< SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1910. ■n ' $ ■ ¿á vv>*^'Vr • ian's Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced) age. But women, who regularly c::clure pain, age ¡ rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on I them. Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be neglected. Avoid the pain—treat yourself at home by taking Cardui, as thousands of other women have done. Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. It Will Help Yeu j Mrs. Katie Bnrlison, Goreville, III., tric<1 Cardui anJ writes: *1 Buffered with female troubles, and was so sick 1 could not stand on my feet. Finally I began to take Cardui. and soon began to mend. Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before." Try it- AT ALL DRUG STOKES r:« <V - VrVi.., V' a •• ... • 41 ^ J TO THE VOTERS AND TAX PAYERS OF SMITH COUNTY On next Monday, (Feib. 14th) «hi* Smith county commissioners' court will meet in Tyler far the regular F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 February 1910

■4 - / ' u < St ato Libra rj " A"*Un. i-, O.VJUI Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1910. NUMBER UL We are showing enormously big lines of Men and Childrens suits and coats for this spring. Pay us an early visit., : : : : : : : Lipstates rv 1 •Jus F. Taylor. President. Geo. S. McGhee, Cashier R. Berjifeld, Active Vice-Pros. O. C. Wimbcrly, Vice-Pres. T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. Waiter Connolly, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK § Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bmrgfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Mareh. T. B. Ramey. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers SUIT FOR $15,000 HOW ON TRIAL (From Monday's Dally.) District court resumed business this morning after several days ad- journment. The first case called was that of J. M. Hawkins who is suing the I. & G. N. railway f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 February 1910

o (X WEDNESDAY, FMRüARV ft, t íO. 8gm I-\V 1CBKLY COlKTER-TIlfEA <©ur milliner has returned after a lengthy stay in the Eastern markets, with full up to date lines of the most atylish Hats at very moderate prices ' - - - Upstate's SMITH COUNTY MOVING UPWARD NOONDAY TO HAVE MOUEON GIN j\. J. McMinn Buys Complete Gin Outfit—Will Erect Modern Gin House Noonday U coming to the froat. mr. A. J. (Jack) McMinn has install- at Nrx>n'lay a complete cotton gin 'Mitilt with the heart modern machín- <rry and conveniences known to the .art <>f ginning and bailing cotton. The IrsJgus for the plans anil the ma- •chimjiy installed were furnished by ■ Walter Connally & Co of this city .«id the outrtt and plant Is the best -iDd most complete In the county. In ifltact, i the only complete modern «in plant In the county, so we are In- rorm«d. The plant has a capacity of 35 brle.-i of cotton per ('av. Aside from the great economy to the owner of operating the plant is the conven- lenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 February 1910

• t • o O ^ O , >st ^ . .> - - r •íisil- iV w¡;kL¿ t'otrkikii-iiMi* y. DA Y, FfcBHUARY 16, 1U10. M FELLOWS AT iSHINGTON" TAUGHT («her ev- /b as fsing rfit. 8 1118 ell Tells of His Experience artment of Agricultnre it Washington s RSH JiNANH- >INT- | county at 4 Bed H |id®e oí ®rt of ohair- fsretary , was Jd as aa- | ty he miner, | after ly oc it Isu'red ] place the ¡secur pos- ibe. sa per- that the the Sill. tho aigents co- i cooperative the 22nd last., in oommanulli- ves at my old sr. «i' 30 years and > the people as and work they /prove of tho as I have heard as much about, •her, I want, to ws in Washing- i country any- xperi™co as to t one thing. .Six- idod to« pl-jiit an %lnuits. 1 wrote ii-tment at Wash timed me that if le root knot dls- n the first sum- vm, and the rest sure. I at once about Texais than Washington." I wanted to plant, ter six days and feet each way, stake put by each geration when I ,e up. Neither is to say that .by the er there were not !g. The ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 February 1910

MMoma 6XA6. WtMMUv, íimuakv it # Se#Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The tourler*Tlmes Publishing Co. DAILY lnoorpor*l*d 8EMI-WEEKLY a. A. UNMET Editor, H. A. McDOUOAL. .ANOdate Editor, r. E. RAFFERTY . . BusineM Mgr. ■mtarad it TyWr, Tuma, Foatofflea aa Second ClaaaMail MatUr. (MM of pubMaatfcm. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Taxaa. i rata*.'AO canta par month by «arriar. LOO par yaar. A raflaetton appearing In thaaa columna eon earning any Individual, wiU be cheerful ly cor- radiadabroaght to thaattention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS i COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Democratic Primaries. For County Attorney: JttXi.SE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. For Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. For Dtartrt Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. TAT H. UEAIKD. For County Treasurer: W. H. CHITWOOD. JAS. P. BROUGHTON. Jt E. LOVING. For Co. Comminioner, Prec. 1: (LLOYD SMITH. Tor County Clerk: JNO. P. H1ADE3N, (re-elecüon.) For Tax Collector: H. II. HODGffiJS. (re-olectlon.) EVERYBODY THINKS WELL OF EAST TEXAS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 February 1910

© 0 O O ü WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 , 1910. SEMI-WUEKLY COTTRIKR-TIlfFJI Our Buyer has outdone all previous efforts In the showing of Ladles skirts and wash suits for this, spring Come and note the elegant styles and their reasonable prices. - : : Lipstate 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 benefit 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...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 February 1910

¡ai i ..... - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1«, 1#10. ladies shoes and slippers mens and boys shoes, hats, shirts and underwear at quite price at : . : T. N. JONES FINOS HIS CAL AFFINITY. POLITI It seems the public Is to have no rest. No sootier had the Hoc. O. B. and Rev. G. C. turned loos*, their pens to spit in their hands, thau T. N. Jor.es of T> lor rushed to the *|H>t light of the big Suiutay dallies with an effusion of hió views on Uh can- didates for governor Jones says he is for Poinacxter because that gen- tleman says statutory statewide pro- hibition is unconstitutional and be- cause the Honorable William is the only candidute who is in accord with himself on the Bailey question which according to his way at think- ing will control su per cent oí tlw votes in the coming primary. But. says Jones, if there were no prohibi- tion, and had never been a Bailey controversy, he would support Judge Poindexter and would actively oppose each at the other candidates. H-1 says he oppose o...

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

?s> «(ato Library, X"r«". Tov , "\ t ^ Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1910. NUMBER We are showing enormously big lines of Men and Childrens suits and coats for this spring. Pay us an early visit. : : : : : : : Upstates 8— (Jus F. Taylor. Piesident. Geo. S. McGhee, Cashier ^ R. Be^gifekl, Activo Vice-Pres. 1. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. ^ T. B. Ranrey, Vice-Pros. Walter Connolly, Vice-Pres. ^ J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. U. M. Boien, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Rumey. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobto. Geo. S. McCHiee. Gus F. Taylor. 1 USED SLED FOR HEARSE !l TOOK OWN LIFE SNOW DRIFT CAUSES GREAT INCONVENIENCE IN KEY- STONE STATE. COACHES STUCK IN SNOW I We Loan Direct to Farmers B60lW/¿ CITY COUNCIL MET IN CALLED SESSION YESTERDAY AFTERNOON (From Tuesday's Daily) The city council met i...

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

P 1 THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1910. Scmi-V/eokíy lourto;-limes Br The Courier-íimes Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY S. A. LINPtíEY Editor H. A. McDOnOAL. .Associate Editor. K. K. HAKFE:r<TY ..Bu 1n«M Mgr. Enteral at Tyler, Texan, Poatoffice aa Second Claaa Mail Mattel^ Office ot publication 2:1-213 North Broadway. Tyl< r. Texas. Subacription rate*. 50 certa per month by carrier, or by mail W.iiQ per year. A reflection appear!'iir in thaae columna con eerninir any individual, will be cheerfully cor- rae ted If brought to the attention of the Editor. The Dallas News says th< ladies of Denver rave taken action again? the high i>.;c* of millinery and hav« agreed not to purchase any new spring h,tu until the prices are cut to within raasun, and also adds that when wom.cn are a.- sensible and practicable as that they are entitled to vote. We piusa this question up to the Progressive t'nion of Tyler. CHANGING FROM PROHIBITION TO BAILEY ...

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

IHES8 them bender |ay you >e seat ONE NEW ON. e ■UES- >D :im and Los is |S oe- cam- civic lkin'g our Juca- two Ibout anil |hai ex- I pu- lan a I igS* >u- a SEMI-Wl'JiKLY COUlUEn-TIMFa Our Buyer has outdone all previous efforts in the showing of Ladies skirts and wash suits for this* spring Come and note the elegant styles and theii reasonable prices. - : : i pstate mzssmiifa Guitars, Violin s, Banjos, and Mandolins I THE LARGEST STOCK—THtí LOW t ST PRICES " I invite you to visit my Music Room where you will ñnd 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 musi...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1910. W it-'' "ft . 'Mi Georgia .Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. tOAILY Incorpora fd SEMI-WEEKLY tt. A. LINDSEY Bdltor. u. A. McDOUOAL. . Aj«ocí&U Editor. w. K. RAFFFRTY . .BiuilneM M*r. at Tyler, Texaa. Postuffioe as Second Clui Mail Mooter. ^ ot publication. 2U-2U North Broadway, Tyler. Texiu. cription rata*. 60 canta per month by carrier, mall $6.U> per year. A redaction appearing in theaa columns con ' cany individual. wiU be cheerfully cor- it bróuffht to the attention of the Editor. COr.VTY OFFICES. •Subject t.i act:on r>f Democratic ® rl marte . Couutj Attorney: JJBSSE F. O DOM K. W. BROOKS- Tax A**"* *: HENRY B. MATTHÍ.WS. W. H. DAY lUMiitl CVft: J. & lavender TAT H BEAJKD Countjr Twu««*: W. H CHTTWOOD JAS. P BROUGHTON R E LOVING. Co. Commitalofwr. P"ec- UjOYD SMITH. County Cleric: JNO. F. HADEN, (re-eJecaoo.) Tax Collector: H. H. HODGBS. (re-election.) Sheriff: JOE LAND. &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 February 1910

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 191C. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. IVE HOLDS MEETING ENTHUSIASTIC SESSION HELD YESTERDAY AFTERNOON- BEAUTIFYING SUUARE. FIRE DESTROYS TWO 1 NEGRO HOUSES YESTERDAY. (From Tuesday's Daily.) Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock there gathered a goodly number of women and men In tiie Commercial Club rooms to disci'st> tho question of whether or not there should be a park surrounding tho oourt house. Mrs. Lindsay called upon almost every man, for his opinion. Fine tpeeches in favor of beautifying were made by Messrs. John Bu'rst, Hamp- son Gary, J no. T. Bonner, Judige Llnd- sey, A. E. Judge and ohers. Speeches in opposition by Dr. Goodiman, Georges Philips, Gus Taylor and Mr. Wad-il. A committee of seven was appoint- ed to study the question in all its bearings as to legality, ownership, ad- visability of taking a part, or the whole for a park, etc., and to report back to the Progressive Union next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Reinioniber that hour and day anu ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 February 1910

'r i SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1910. SKMI-WKRKT.Y IXXHIKIMIIIM Our milliner has returned after a lengthy stay in the £a >k. a n^rkets, with full up to date lines of the most ¿tyiish Hats at very moderate prices Upstate's SMITH COUNTY MOVING UPWARD PUBLIC PARK WILL BE ESTAB- NOONOAY TO HAVE MOOtRN SIN USHEO ON COURT HOUSE iQU«8E AN' I'NCLS FOm SHERIFF OF SMITH COUNTY, ' MPS A. D. r owZi I CD AT OVERTON. r L.inc: of Undale Pruents His Nai • to t'ie Vc.fr , Subject to Xetion of Primaries. ~ Was 71 Years of / je, ard a Wei! Known CiiL-er—Itcmr of Locil Interest. Dalh A. J. McMinn Buys Complete Qin Outfit-—Will Erect Modern Qin House ir IN- CH Afi L;nd>ey1- :;> cu^ider ih•' [•use ; ,.rk. olfact* thU question oi Noonday 1= coming to the front. 33 bale¿ of cctton ;cr dav. Asidv Mr. A. J. (Jack) McMinn has install- from the great economy to the owner ed at Noon da v a complete cotton grin of opera tins the plant is the conven- outfit •with the bert modern machin- lence to the customer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 February 1910

0 © © . o o v * SATURDAY, FEBftÜARY tí, 1 tC. M'O .-WW... . n THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Ifck. *«•> . «, v*t ' i • -*1. HI-MitffcMlftl tm 11 VA fUlt 'ttM<4 mossfüü 10dgf. resolutions oonctbniüg ir. j.w. davthhurt Was Native of Alabama—Surgeon in Confederate Army and one of Our Best Known Citizens To the W. M and Tlrethren of St. John's Lodge, No. 53: At th3 home of his daughter, Mrs. Mary D. Bonner, in Tyler, Texas, on the 14tli day of October, 1909, sur- rounded by members of his family, he toul of Bro. Joseph W. Davenport ansered the command of our Su- preme Piaster to come u'p higher. Ho was permitted to live beyond the al- lotted time of man, to four «core and three years, and the long list of good: deeds and kindly words will reach in- to future years to bless and Inspire. Joseph W. Davenport was horn in Butler county, Alabama, September 27, 1826, and was descended from one of the old families of South Caroli- na. He removed with his parentis in 1844 to the Republic o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 February 1910

■--i.,"-- - i" T™' . c?o* o.v n • l , o« .v - .."0. @ C-á THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. saturday, february 19, 1010. ladies shoes price at and slippers mens and boys shoes, hats, shirts and underwear at quite a saving in : : : : : : Lipstates. AGED CITIZEN PASSES grandpa mcmillan, aged 95 years, died after long illnes8. ACNIVE IN CHURCH WORK Had Lived In Smith County 27 Years —Highly Esteemed by Everybody. Mt. Sylvan, Tex., Feb. 14— On the 4tlh day of the month death claimed j a its victim, Mr. J. L. McMillan, ono of the oldest citizens oí Smith conn- ¡ ty. Grandpa McMillan would have been 96 years oM in April next. He, had been a citizen of .Smith county | tiwenjty-scven years and had lesided In Mt. Sylvan all the while. He had been a very active member oí tho' church for over fifty years and death' seemed to Have no horrore for Mm. Ho waa hearty and enjoyed fair health up until just a few days be- fore his death, when he took sick with bronchial pneumonia and lived about ten days...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

© Statu L'brarv. \ustln, Tova* Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910. NUMBER 16. We are showing enormously big lines of Men and Chiidrens suits and coats for this spring. Pay us an early visit. : : : : : : : Lipstates ^us F. Taylor. President. R. Bergifeld, Active Vice-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. (Jeo. iS. McGrhee, Cashier O. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pree. Walter Connally, Vice-Pres. O. M. Boien, Asst. Casihier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Waniberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Upstate. R. D. Cob#). Geo. S. McGhte. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers ntUl\WBS0S09IBf50S GIRL THIRTEEN ASKS FOR DIVORCE DOLLY STACY AT DALLAS, CHARGES THAT HUSBAND PER- JURED HIMSELF. Polly Stacy, 13 years oí age, in a suit filed in the office of tihe district clerk at Dallas, in which she asks a divorce from her ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910. m 1 ® í | I V 9 '■ Mb 1 « 1 1 ! i I ■ ; f I I ] I Ülfili THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. 300D THING. Semi-Weekly louriei-limes The Courier-rimes Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEWII-W6EKLV LOCAL uwmm 8. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL..Associate Editor, F. E. RAFKttRTY .. BuaineM Mfr, Entered It Tyl*r. Texa , Piwtofllce u Second Clans Mall latter. Offlce of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. Subscription rates. 60 cents per month by carrier, or by mail *6.00 per year. A reflection appearing In these columns con cernina any individual, will be cheerful ly cor- rected If brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS- COUNTY OFFICES, Subject t.. action of Demicratlc Primarle . For County Attorneys J/5SSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. For Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. TAT H. BEAIItD. For County Treasurer: W. H CHITWOOD. JAS. P. BROUGHTON. R. E. LOVING. For Co. Commissioner, Prec. 1: LLOY...

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