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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

«> <&> 0©@ et> © Cíj SEMI-WKEKLY COmIKR-TIMF8 Our Buyer has outdone ail previous efforts in the showing of Ladies skirts and wash suits for this,, spring Come and iiote the elegant styles and their reasonable prices. - : : Lipstate $ $ A Lesson in English. (Clipped from an Old Scrap Cook.) Hobson with prohphetic eye sees visions L>f America, crowned as the great n<;acf nation erf tho world. Let us h'Jpe that the realization of h!s prophecy will include the cessation, not only of the massacre of men but of ,the slaughter of English; for to ears attuned to culture, ais discordant as the shriek of battle Is the jang- ling note of distorted English. Correct speech Is the shibboleth of culture and good breeding. Author- ship is no longer the "forbidden land of letters which only the geiiiu's may enter." We. long since, have i*assed from the age when the writer of a ■book was ragarded as a demigod and the contributor of newspaper articles was tho pedes tailed hero of...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910 THE fti MI.WKEKLY COURIER-TIMES Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BY The Courier-limes Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLV 8. A. Editor H. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. r. IS. RA PI'I'! AT Y ..Bu«ln«w Mgr KnU-red ut Tyler, Texan. Poitoflflce as Second CUlm Mail Matter. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. Subscription rate . 50 cent* per month by carrier, or by mail K'JO per year. A reflection apl<ear!nii in these column con eernlnir any individual, will I*-* cheerfully cor- eMtod if brought to the attention of the tditor. AN EAST TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS. Such a meeting at Nacogdoches in April ul the time cf and in conno:- tlcn with the Ka t Texa* Press Asso- ciation ooutl not fa1: to accomplish much reel goori. Tliere is a Central Tt-v.tá Ki!; As-relation. The coun- ties within that otaociation asslJt «acfi other in the holding of county fairs, fciast Texas can, if she will, hold some .Ine and attractive county fairs. No...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

®®£) (-) required mediator's co-opera, own fall, dude the pdiiess to- fellow- if love to knd, soul, | r as for fully. As aletnishes land ask. [lntor for Jllged to Ixerclslug 1 and for- feslre for 3t bo re- pliant of All the lly plane freely to rlth the are fccra- the We if land en- |But lee luch Ince lour as lour pro- of |ac* In Ices Ichl WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ?3, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Thur. Feb. 24, Fri. Feb. 25, Sat. Feb. 26, Mon. Feb. 28 I To familiarize you more thoroughly with our Thoroughly up-to-date Millinery and Ladies Ready-to-wear Goods We shall present for your inspection on above days, our entire line of Ladies and Misses ready- to-wear Hats and all our new Spring line of Skirts, Waists and Suits. We promise you a showing in these lines which we feel sure you will be pleased with, more especially as the prices are ex- tremely moderate, much more moderate considering their style, freshness and elegance, than you are accustomed to paying. To induce you to vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

WKDNIdDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910. © sl'IM(• WKCKLY m(llirJ(<TIMU Our milliner has returned after a lengthy stay in the Eastern markets, with full up to date lines of the most stylish Hats at very moderate prices - • - - Upstate's i i i II I II III I I! í $ vi' | 1 I) SMITH COUNTY MOVING UPWARD NOONDAY TO HAVE MODERN 6IN LOGGANS BOYD. Pretty Wedding Wednesday Evening at Home of Mr. and Mr . J. J. Boyd. ■ 5 ASUS ¡AUSTIN CREATES MORE PARKS To the want ( A quiet little homo wM ling was j j celebnUed .u 113 E. Oacar ^twt, the ' _ mm mm • r% r* I . „ /-♦ • evening cf the l' th in t. The princi- j J* McMinn Dliy^ vOmplCtC Cjin pale In this affair of Cuj id wore Mr i S. W. Ijuggsuis, a popu'ar ouiUractor Outfit-—Will Erect Modern of the city, and Miss Ethei Boyd, tho i sweet young daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. J. J, Boyd. The sly little pod had been at work for -oine months to oon sum.mate his purpose, and the inter- esting event received the approval of ¡ Aside many friends, evidenced by numerou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

•> ® e? WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. STORE OF S.O. BREWSTER ROBBED AND THEN SET ON FIRE (From Friday's Daily. ) About 1 o'clock this morning fire destroyed the grocery store of S. A Brewster on East Berta street. The fire appeared to origínate in a cornc of the store opposite the sieve, lead- ing to tne conclusion that it was tht work ol' an incendiary. After investigation, it was discov- ered that the safe had been opened and some four or five hundred dollars stolen, which Mr. Brewster had col- lected yeatardiy from his pay-cur customers. It is said the safe was opened by the combination, as there were no indications of it having 'been blown open The door was found hanging loose in a natural position. • Officers are making an investiga- tion but, so far as known, are unaible to develop any traces of the perpetra- tor of the crime. Th< entire stock of goods was de- stroyed, nothlnsr being saved The fire department made a run to the scene but wer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 February 1910

li . II n 4 €0 THE SEMI-WBEKLY COURIER-TIMES. —* I WiDNSliOAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910k mnu and boys shoes, hats, shirts and underwear at quite a saving in Upstates. rait ladies ■rice NEWSY ITEMS ACKER DOING GOOD WORK TERRACING SMITH CO. FARMS H. W. Acker Finds the Farmers are Generally Interested in Saving Their Farms IBdltar Courier-Times: —Last wee* <wt& my ftrat week on my terracing JOUO& On Tuesday, the 15th. I terraced the faro® of Jar vis and flilTey at Troupe. Both of these men had their land thoroughly prepared and are very much interested In saving an J (building tip their landB. '• I also visited the home of J. Y. Cleaver at Trou'pe. Mr. Cleaver has Just finished one of the prettiest and neatest residences I have ever seea.. He also has a fine farm and is well fixed. On Wednesday, 16, I terraced tha farm of Prof. A. W. Orr at Arp. Prof. Orr has a (beautiful home in Arp, with all kinds of fruits and berries on It. Prof. Orr has considerable exper- ience in the fruit b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

•tW99\- Tfl4 VOLUME XXVII. BBSS ftiis F. Taylor. President. R. Bergíeld, Activo Vice-Pres T. B. Ra me y, V i ce-P res J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. ( eo. S. McGrhee, Cashier O. C. Wimborly, Vice-Pres. Walter Connolly, Vice-Pres 0. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier VI mm \]:ór 'r>. &wM' m v'.j.; I "; M: i -Weekly Courier-Times. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1910. NUMBER 17. 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. Raxney. J. Upstate. R. D. Cobib. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers A KANSAS RATE ON FOR TEXAS COMMISSIONER MULKEY GATH- ERING DATA IN SUPPORT OF CITY'S CONTE8T. POINDEXTER IN LONOVIEW TALK SAYS DARK SCHEME8 ARE FORM ING TO TURN JOHNSON VOTE TO DAVID80N. RATING BOARD SEEMS FAIR CLEBURNE CANDIDATE SCORED ENGINE FIREMAN FOUNO GUILTY BY JURY L. F. IRVI'N CONVICTED OF MAN- SLAUGHTER AT SHREVE PORT, LA. CAUSED TRAIN WR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

o w o o I I 1í i mr ♦ i MKU é THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BT The tourfer-Tlmes Publishing Co DAILY Incorporéttd SEMI-WEEKLY 0. A. Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL. AaaocUte Editor, f, e. RAFFERTY .. Bualneaa Mgr. ■atetad it Tylar. CUaa Tex* , PoatoAe* u Second Mai atter. Office of publication. 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler, Texaa. Subscription ratee. BO cent per month by carrier, or by mall •6.00 per year. ¿j$zr¿s¡asas & "rassisr féUdlt brought to the attention of tho Editor. an injustice to tyler as WELL A8 TO JOHNSON. Regarding some oí the statements and inferences made by Mr. Jones in bis article: The people here know Cane Johnson and have known him thirty years; they know he never at any place nor at any time advocat- ed the teaching of negro schools by whip ttache's and tbpy noto that Mr. Jones dots not assume the r.-- sponsihillty of saying that Johnson ever ait any time or place advocated such thing. In making such state- me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

O <3> SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1910. THE SFMI-WEEKLY COUKIF.R-TIMES. Guitars, Violins,Banjos, and Mandolins T HE LARQEST 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. Have you an Edison Phonograph, if not, Why not, you can buy one on Easy Payments. YOURS FOR MUSIC, TH & (Frum Tuesday'*! Daily) Unite a Utile excitement w¿ caus- ea ycóterday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

m MF■ I ¡V, t/ 1 «•«ID TUP MI.UJVRVI.V COTTRIER-TIMES. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1910. «. 2 III LI i I l|mac ! He said' If you travel around the the city thai grows and prospers with oemi-weekly Luuncr* I linos ' country of East Texas .you will see j the prosperity oí lu people. Invade I M I. ...nmlatlA/l niBl'lkA th< : I- ... - .L .. BT The Courier-rimes Publishing Go. 4>AILY farm houses, unfinished. maybe the j every0ne 1 not waiting for the other chimney Is ha>f up, a l ed qui'rt, or Incorporsfd SEMI-WEEKLY B. A. Editor «. A. McDOUOAL. Asocíate Editor. W. E. RAFTfcRTY . .Bualnoes Mgr. Tytor. T«zm«. PoatofflM M Second CUaa Mail Matter. of publication, 2U-21S North Broadway. Tyler, Texaa. Subscription ratea. SO cenU per month by carrier, -or by mall 16.00 per year. A reflection ippetrlng in theae columna con «^•rninir any individual, will be c*iwr^u*J¡£jí°r" *g ¿ted if brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject t.i action of Democratic >P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

® 0 © © '© SATURDAY. FEfHUAHY 26, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. MRS. ALEX WOLOERT DELIVERS A GOOD LECTURE AT TROUPE 'BAILEY MAN IS FOR JOHNSON Troupe, Tex., Fob. 24.—Mrs. Alex Woldert of Tyler, 8peat Sunday lu our city In behalf of those great up- lifting movements which art? now en- gaging the attention of christian peo- ple everywhere, namely, Woman's Home Mission and Sunday school work. Her lecture at the Methodist church In the forenoon upon the pur- iposoH, methods and accomplish- ments of the Methodist Home Mis- sion Society was both a revelation and an inspiration to her auditors. The manner in which sho presented the theme left none in doulbt as to her aibilily and loniaocratlon to this great work. The zealous and master- ful manner with which shA portrayed Iboth the oibjects sought and the re- sults obtained in this gerat work oan but ros ult in rich fruitage to tihe causo, and in larger activities among the people of Troupe. In the afternoon, Mrs. Woldert ad- dresse...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, FEBRUÁl$ 26, 1910. i K V I 1 3 1 f' jp 1 s 3 X The flumes spread rapidly to the Hanson residence, just to tho ivest of the l'ondt" Lome. the family b;?- •!i"d by the Intense hoat From Wednesday's Daily.) This morning ;tjcut 2 o'clock flr* <!<>©(royed the residence.* of Henr.v Pondtr and Mrs. J. E. Hanson. two residences being located on E. Chara- j ]¡a(, ^ 1(ul)i tlnK; u> gel (,ut f>f wood , TnhrlrTÍlnder'' !'! <> >ulld«nK before it was on fire. The Are originated In Mr. ronde-1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ <Uug,ltere who residence and t\°fl ^;yd^LJ to I raided there, lost practically eve.y narraw oio&p^* Mr. I otvd* i 8ia.i©u 10 a Courier-Times man that he tad , thing. ^ ^ a HOW BI6 CORN CHURCH PLANS I DP P[] CROP IS MADE ROOF GARDEN ü U UU . nir a •■v.". been ill for several day* with grippe, and ho believed had it not lietn for that f;:ct, that he and his fannlly would have been burned to death. "As a rule, I am a \ery ¿ound sl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. s l>[ SB F TEXAS E CLEAN-UP OF CITIES To the Women's Clubs of the Texas Federation: Your attention is di reo tod to the proclamation of Dr. Brumlby, state health officer, calling upon all people of the entire state to unite in a general Cleaning Up Day, March 10th. We most heartily urge a compli- ance with this request, also to carry out as aear as possible the sugges- tions contained in the bulletin issued by the health department, which give® in detail the method and means of reaching the best results in this great campaign- for better sanitary conditions, cleaner, neater andi more beautiful surroundings. Let us re- alize this Is oar work and give our influence, zeal and active co-opera- tion, both through organized work and individual effort, and help in every way to maiie this great spring cleaning for our state, city, town, community and home, the most suc- cessful and the most permanent. Respectfully, Mis. J. L Dup...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 February 1910

•s * THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. H&J; i I i I ■T ifl, s : ■I' • ; ft i i í i I if H. There Is some discussion as to the extent of damage done to the fruit Crop by the late oold spell. Some fruit men say fully 30 per coot of th«? (buds have been killed; others say the per c*mt killed 1 - very small—In fact, there has scarcely been any percepti- ble damage Will Goodman, who lias a big or- chard, northeast of the city, on ex- amination, found that fully ?« P®' cent of the buds were killed In his Elberta orchard. John H. Adams, who bae a large orchurd Just outside the city limits, southeast of the city, stated to the reporter a day or two ago that out of ■ome three hundred (buds examined, he found a v.;ry small per cent kill- ed and it is his opinion that the per cent kllltd will have no effect on the crop DALLÁSBANKERS IRE INDICTED PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESI- DENT DEFUNCT INSTITUTION BILLED BY GRAND JURY. Dallas, Tex., Feb. 23.—The Dallas county grand jury yesterday returned indic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 March 1910

' ■ í'dQ'f \'vfc ü «'• Stntf Library, Amtln, T<'\a* © Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOL'JME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. NUMBER 18. flus F. Taylor. President. R. Bergfela, Active Vice-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. MKmiiuvm/fn Geo. S. McGhee, Cashier O. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Connally, Vice-Pres. O. M. Boren, 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. Rurney. J. Upstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers SIN ANTONIO DALLAS TO HEAR |THEY PATRONIZE CLEAN-UP DAY CONE JOHNSON THE CREAMERY LEADING CITY OF TEXA8 18 DE- TERMINED TO BECOME MO18T BEAUTIFUL IN TEXAS. EAST TEXAS CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR WILL SPEAK IN THAT CITY WEDNESDAY. MANY CITIZENS OF SWAN COM- M UNITY SHIP CREAM EVERY WEEK. WHITES AND NEGROES FIGHT NEGRO OPENS FliRE ON WHITB MEN AT ELDORADO,...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COUKIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. -4 t^| KS Fin SERB Forney, Tex., Fob. 20.—The dfbrls afttr the fire In which three Uvea ■were lost U being «.«arched for the boms of the dead uieu Thus far all tha* could be found of the tihroe missing men was the par- tial trunk of one man, whe '.vas lden- -Allied as M. H. Powell of Kemp, Tex.; •a small fcrap of his shirt, a ]>ocket knife anil a button on his under- shirt were the means of Identifica- lion. In another placo was found a hand tul of bones and a molten mass of gold which is thought to bc all that was loft of A R. Rameal of Fort Worth, It being found aJbout where Tils room way located. At about the right location for Farmer's room wa3 also found a few bo:ic.<. siiall pieces, none over an inch or iwo long; also a small scrap of shirt burned almost to a crisp. However, it could be R'en It was shirtin? cloth with n smail strlpe In It. This suits the description of the -hiit Farmer had oa the night pre- vious a...

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

' 1."'" M' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COIIRI WILL WRITE HISTORY OF TEXAS A THE LOWEST RATE i FOR DALLAS 30 CENTS EX-PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WILL COME TO LONE STAR STATE. IS INTERESTED IN TEXAS National Committeeman Lyon Is Responsible For The Statement. Chicago, Feb. 25.—A special to the Record-Herald from Washington cays: Former Pres i dent Roosevelt in- tends to write a history of Terns. Ho will visit the Lone Star state for historical matte rafter he has recov- ered from the fatigue of his African trip. "Coi. ltcosevelt always had a deep interest in Texas," said Col. Cecil Lyon, republican national committee- man from thai, state, "and long agJ expressed a ileal re to write a history of our commonwealth. He is a great admirer of Sam Houston and other characters who made Texas famous, and while in Texas we hope Col. Roosevelt, will make a few political speeches for the G-. D. P. We are not predicting that with his aid we will carry the ■state, hut seed must he planted b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 March 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 191C. u"" ■ Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEWII-WEEKLY 8. A. LINDSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL . .Associate Editor, r. E. RAFFERTY . .Bu*ine«a M«r Knterod at Tyler, Texp^PoBtofflce m Second CUUM 1 kttor. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texa*. Subecription ratea, 60 cenU per month by carrier, t by mail X-O^per year. A reflection appearing in theae columna con any individual, will be cheerfully <w- I Old will bring between $25 and I That Is equivalent tc- tho value of a 1 '¿-year-old street. It H <*quul to the j product of an average aero of land ' planted to cotton at thepricoK usually 'obtained for the fk'ecy stup?. The cotton market fluctuates and wont luort1 hogs for the h'nur maiket crop, says the Sin Anumlo Express, . and tbo supply far exceed* the d> ' inand. In th« Nik «mark never quite which increases favtsi creas* ir. pTwh et.V>n want nv re hop...

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

© ti ® (9Í..38SJ® WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. THE SLMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. THE PROFITS THAT COME OF PLANNING FOR A CITY « Dallas News Editorial Applies With Special Emphasis to This City The Dallas News of yesterday con- tained the tallowing editorial which applies specially 10 the city of Tyler and should tbe carefully read by all our people. It is as follows: "It Is very evident that Mr. MoFar- land did not come to Dallas to praise it; much less, of course, to bury It. He came, manifestly, to regenerate It, or rather to preach the gospel of self-regeneration, and we think he did that admirably. "What he said was directed at Dal- las, but it has an application for every growing town in Texas; and, as we have said before, ought to appeal even more to those towns which have niot grown big enough to be ugly than it does to those towns which are paying the full penalty of heedless- ness. iMr. McFarland showed that beautifying work is something more than an esthetlcal impulse. The finer...

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

/" 3<p° THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES* 0 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 191C. Semi-Weekly Courier-'im¡ JUDGE LINDSEY'S PLAN ENDORSED. BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKI 8. A. LINPSEY BdJJbnr H. A. McDOUOAL. Asocíate Editor. F. 12. RAFFERTY .. Bu8ln -.jP Mgr F. litar ior-Times ! llllVl' tlie eli! Ion ;i c! r>c 11 c Enteml ut Tyl.-r, Texan, l'ost/1 ffee a SccontJ Clam Mail Ma'J Office oí publication. '/tí- , IrjUfTTr or by má'iílfi.00 i*t year. '-213 North Broadway, 'axaa. K.t it TeMtd Intt'IC'St till work. I'll • SubucriptyM retci, 60 centa per month by carrier, ill $6. II.'1 done .now this I.iniV <>y i f the Tyler Conr is at woik on a plan to ■ Kast Tercis Editorial As so- il its Hpiin.í meet at Nacos* ale uj) tli-: wet k of boost I ii>; as a • "•lion, and try :• nd commercial bodies in tlie > Herald endorses the p'an that gic.it soct'on liy A reflection appearing in theae columns con ecrnins any Individual, will fou cheerfully cor- Mrfted if br...

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