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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

WEDM BSDA Y,1 MARCH 30, 1910 THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. E TALK OF Í THIRD TERM lPRIL 2nd AND LASTS TEN DAYS y g public, but their realization is always even beyond expectation. We look fprward to this occasion and is tull ot right now. Study our pnces. This is not merely a suggestion made for the purpose of bringing 1 wlll£Pd.°ur store overflowing with bargains. Every price card tells a bargain story. We have selected is This in spite of the present high market conditions. Many of these values will riot be duplicated this jthcn our position ss the safest plscc to tr&dc' in Tyler. We advise esrly choosing, it is the best Bleached Domestic 8c ds of Extra Good quality of i Domestic, free from starch, Lc. Q )pening price per yard aQ E SI Ss 30c Sheeting 23c xtra Good Quality 10-4 ■ Brown íeeting, worth 40c, opening aa lie Price per yard ,¿0 10c Men's Hose 5c 25 dozen Men's Fast Black Hose, worfch 10c. f- Spring Opening Sale price' ,0 7c Domestic 5c Full yard wide Brown Domestic,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

} m fj§1 J ;¡ y y t * \ I * I : 1 1 '! ' OOOCOCCXXXXXOCCCCCCCXXXOCO Easter Customs | .! Long Celebrated In Many Lands 0 boOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ! r 1 i Í 'nM) ! I Ui; I HOULD your iw«ethnrt •Mm to fix her mind rather upon her Easter hat than upon the Easter sermon, please do not Show your Ignorance by accusing her of vanity. She, no doubt, has delved deep in old-time lore and puts full faith in the ancient belief that one must wear some ar- ticle of dress for the first time on Vaster Sunday to insure good fortune la love .affair* through the year, ▲leo, young women with Easter bats have been known to weep because of rain on Easter Sunday. However, the causo of this phenomenon has ab- solutely nothing to do with the effect of rain upon ribbons and feathers. These maidens believe, no doubt, with the good folk of Sussex that the crops are sure to fall If it rains on Easter Sunday, for rain on that day portends rain for every day in the following year. So you see there are good and s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

J"! fit;'; ■ f m i! ■ wiwhu&av,' march u, «to THE REMI-WEKKLY COURIER-TIMES. 1 m mm \% mm •j^mstkA m Copyright I nit iuiiattiier & M*1* We have the prices and styles in new spring goods. Our Clothing department has everything a man could want for. Our shoe department is full and i complete Our shirt and underwear de- partment is something wonderful. Come around and let us fit you up. All we want is a chance. OLD VETERXRS ¡N TURMOIL INMATES OF HOME AlRB ORDER- ED TO UNDEftQO MEDICAL EXAMINATION. Austin. Tex.. March 28.—VeteraDl at the Confederate home are to a tur- moil over an order laaued same days ago by the board of managers at the home directing uach okl soldier to ag pear before a medical examiner aad be examined as to hds physican con- dition for the purpose at determining whether si/oh veteran Id physically able to support hituaelf, and in that event It Is the purpose to discharge buch veterans from the home. The issuance of suoh an order only canve to light Saturday ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

m Semi-Veekly Courier-Times BY Tlw twrter-Tlmes Publishing Co. Inourporatld PAILV semi-weekly Subscription. $1.00 Per Year I* A. UNDSBY H. ▲. McDOUOAL.. Associate Editor. W. K. RAFFF.RTY ..Business Mgr. il tyUr, Texas, Postofflce u Saoand ~ i Mail Mat attor. ti miV"—*1"" 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler, Taxaa. A i^mUoo appearing In thaaa columna con lióulw lndt^linU. will be cheerfully eor- 2Su brouffat to the attention of tha lull Iter. t # ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Demrcmtlc Primarles. . For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. • • W. H HANSON. For Flotorlal Representative: H H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. por County Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. ' i WEB J AH VIS. For tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. ; For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAIRD, (re election.) For County Treasurer: ' W. H. CHITWOOD. JAS. P. BROUOHTON. " 1 R. E. LOVING. For Co. Commissione...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

WEDNESDAY,' MARCH 3C, :910. THE ■ III IÉTÍI SEMI -WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. CITY AND COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPARTMENT EDITED BY A. W. ORR, TYLER Waste in Education. A writer n the American School Board Annual far December contends for teachers who have received ex- pert twining and for higher salaries He says "the greatest of all econom- ic wastes la often due to the lack of Qualified teachers. There aro In the United States approximately 500,000 public school teachers. Of these about 375,000 are transient and untrained, leaving perhaps 125,000 that are mora or less students of education. Of these It s safe to say that not more than 25,000 ave educational experts progressive, enthusiastic, devoted to their work. How much oí the $400,- 000,0000 annually expended upon our schools is productive under such con- ditions? And yet the universal judg- ment is that no one can overesti- mate the valuo of an education, ami that the education of the children is the most Important feature of Amer- ic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

jT-I I . LS •> /' • %' THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY,4 MARCH 20, '910. THE PROHIBITION FIGHT AT MARSHALL A RED HOT ONE r Marchan, Tex., March £8.—Editors Courier-Times, Tyler, Texas—As you requested, I write to you oí the cam- paign now on. It ls> a battle royal. Frist week past no fights, except ton- pgg tubings. Mrs. Curtis, Arthur Jones and my&elt are the outside speakers for the pros. O. Paget, Dr. and three negroes outside h* lip for tho antis. Next week «the contest will be the greatest of any local option fight ever made in Texas The prohibitionists have perfected crramgememts for a great demonstra- tion next Friday and Saturday. Fri- day, Shreveport, Jefferson and Long- view will «end large delegations. The . mayors and Judges ore to peak as to | the effect of prohibition on business. ( They desire out (beloved mayor anld as many others as can to come. On Saturday they are to have the greatest parade ever held in Texas hi a pro election. The Tyler Kid Ba...

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

"" C9 *°5l 'O d State L N ' Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1910. NUMBER 27. , m Gus F. Taylor. President. R. Bengifeld, Active Vlce-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Free. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. ( eo. S. McGhee, Cashier O. C. Wlmborly, Vice-Pree. Walter Connolly, 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. Ramey. J. Llpstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhte. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers B RADICAL PRESS ROASTS TEDDY TAKES EXCEPTIONS TO THE RE- MARKS OF FORMER PRESI- DENT COSEVELT. DENOUNCES ASSASSIN, MINISTER Tory Papers Laud His Fearless De- claration That the Assassin is the Enemy of Civilization. London, March 30.—Former Presi- dent Roosevelt's address before tho students of the University oi Egypt Monday attracted considerable com- ment here. There Is a difference of...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIF.RTIMES. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1 10. I I: MUTHEfrS FRIEND A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. Baby's coming will be & time of rejoicing, and not of ap- prehension and fear, if Mother's Friend is ueed by the expec- tant mother in preparation of the event. This is not a medi- cine to be taken internally, but a liniment to be applied to the tody to assist nature in the necessary physical changes of the system. Moth- er's Friend is composed of oils and medicines which prepare the muscles and tendons for the unusual strain, render tho ligaments supple and elastic, aids in the erpanding of the skin and flesh fibres, and strengthens all the membranes and tissues. It lessens the pain and danger at tho crisis, and assures future health to the mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, containing valuable information for expectant Mothers. THE BRADFIELD COATLANTA, GA. OFFICER CAUGHT NEGRO BURGLAR< From Wednesday's Daily.) E. O. Tai'button, depu...

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

SATURDAY. APRIL 2. 191' MISSING SON WAS MURDERED E! Paso, Tex., March 39.—The bod> of Ygfcnclo Pena, son of a prominent citizen of Vinlon, N. M., <who haa been mls^pg since December and for the reoovery of whose body a reward of • $250 had been offered toy his fa* ther, was found yesterday on a sand- bar in the river below Anthony Ford, a few inlles above this citiy. It was aui pos3d that Pena had fallen inito the river and was drowned. An examination of hi body dts- murdored. The slcul! wa9 fractured closed the fact that he had been and there were se varal knife wounds in the body. The father identified the body fully by a ring on the finger and papers in the pockets. A Mexican and his brother wore arrest- ed at Anthony, N.M., yesteaday.Owing to a dispute as to whether the body was found in New Mexico or in this county two inquests were held. 1 THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. A Sad Death. (From Tuesday* Dally.) A telegram to friend hero today announced the death of Mrs Wil- li...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 191B. ■CENSUS SIDE UGHTS. Mighty Task of Counting Nosss In This Country. If you've got a grouch on, gontle wader, because you were bom huml aomr> Instead of rich and have to work for a living, cheei up. It wight be worse. Just thlnl; of the poor con.sn.- takers, for In- stance. They uius. start out on tlieii nilghtv task of counting noses on April 15. and i. they never > back It will oo slon no sur: among 11. friends snJ i M Ij,** The V . jrupared for the w,>rst. W, .s tveen made and obituary r.xi.vs v.r •ten, for at each door they iv.-s: • ttilrty-two questions. kn¿ Is - teUlng what may h*rsv= v iaqulre of some :}*>.r ¿ce. : cok>r and who supports '.±+ ftsri 'Xfce high cost of living has ;c: swe-w • at ns In no amiAbie .-i tuisd and it will be t gniziA «ccas&c a to ie< tff j litlie of the jwwifTire by ft «al os Tncie S«ra s ecxvüínt.'rs Mtsa jxs-iple little ret ire ti>e big tasi ftUs censor rat- ina means. T...

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

SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1#10. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. RIL 2nd AND LASTS TEN DAYS public, but their realization is always even beyond expectation. We look forward to this occasion and i fuí of right now. Study our prices. This is not merely a suggestion made for the purpose of bringing wifffind our store overflowing with bargains. Every price card tells a bargain story. We have selected ! 'hais in spite of the present high market conditions. Many of these values will not be duplicated this our position as the "safest place to trade" in Tyler. We advise early choosing, it is the best Irs. Ithen >leachcjd Is of Domestic, ic. )pening Domestic 8c a Good quality of free from starch, irice per yard B8 30c Sheeting 23c Extra Good Quality 10-4 Brown Sheeting, worth 40c, opening Sale Price per yard .23 .10 c Brown Linen 10c [es of Brown Linen, good vorth 20q, Spring Sale price, per yard Hosiery | able to offer better values in hosiery lisses and Children. Buy a six month's Ase, lisle and...

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

THE SRMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDA/. APRIL 2, 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BV The Courier■ fiir.es Publishing Co. Incorporated OAILY SEMI-WEE* LV Subscription, $1.00 Per Year B. A. LINPSEY BdMor. H. A. McDOUGAL. . Associate Editor. F. B. RAFFERTY . .Businaai Mgr. Bo tared tt Tyler, Tex**. Postoffice as Second CUuu Mail Matter. It is a little dry. which Is just th.> thlnj for the peach crop. Rain wh<?u rhc pencil Is in bloom Is not good fo. that fruit as It washes the pcllen out ■>f the blossom and carries it to the ¡{round when It should be liomc on the wind from tree to tree. A STRAIGHT TALK ON FINANCE. of • publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing in these columns eon earning any individual, will be cheerfully cor- cae ted if brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Democratic Primaries. For Congress, 3rd Oiatrict: H. C. GEDDIE. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H HANSON For Flo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 April 1910

S'.ito Library, Austin, t t n ,n Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1910. NUMBER 28. £ Qua P. Taylor. President. R. Bergfeld, Active Vlce-Prea T. B. Ramey, Vlce-Prea. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. (reo. 9. McGhee, Cashier O. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Counally, Vioe-Pres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK g Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Liggtate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus P. Taylor. H. B We Loan Direct to Farmers STATE BUNK AT NEAR PALESTINE IS ROBBED •1 f, NACOGDOCHES GETTING HEADY EXPECT BIG CROWD FOR EAST TEXAS CONGRESS AND PRESS ASSOCIATION. Nacogdoches, Tex.. April 1, 1910.— S. A. Lindsey, Esq., Tyler, Texas.— Dear Sir:—Your letter addressed to H. T. Mast has been referred to me for reply, and I take pleasure in so doing. \s a member of the executive and publicity committees, with ref- en...

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

. i Lawn^dLingerie Waists, also the tailored styles, the latter plain and embroidered, the ii.a trimmed in all over, inserting and embroidery " . . . w.ch in i ¡nene and Peno. the very latest styles, quite a big selection, l. < Lpstates r I yi i i á piar límoc wa8 <*ra*®'ns a^oní? ln a harvhaiard o6mi-ff66kly vOlINC!"! Illl©^ i w until President Bruck save it out BT The Courier-flmes Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year B. A- LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor. F. E. RAFFERTT ..Business Mgr. Entered at Trier, Texas, Poatoffiee u Second CUm Mail Matter. of pubUostion. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texa*. _ in these columna con etminf any individual, will be cheerfuily cor- fiétodif brought to the attention of the Editor. IN DEFENSE OF THE MOTHERS' We are returning 'by today's mail to the writer a communication criti- ci-siiig the Mother's Club movement. We did not print it because it was too personal in Its criticism of thos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 April 1910

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. of I!! due ll flrw« liarantees lion. His iow for |u are in him ou Citizens' sans ELABORATE PREPARATIONS FOR ADAIR UNION REVIVAL All con,::.;'.' í >r '.he earning Aduii mcotiag ,.;e 1-ai.: J.' ,\rrk. It U be- lieved th¿: th:s :r.e ting will be uno of ;he ever hi!.', in th'.s se?- tiou oí T A'•!arer.tly there has never en • ."¡i ti:.;*.ei! action on the pa't j: 'iff :-;.it :h ;:cl? roetnbeis to talie vi '.In1 :vlee-s as 1 as'f in ibis glial revi v..'. At a meeting ol the advertising ooai.anttee, i l:>:vs were outlined to/ th roughly pon:::? this ctiy as well as :ill ilea:'1.'}- t. .vns an 1 throv.shou: the ovtlylny co.intr.v precincts, in or- der- that all may know the meeting is to be held. Mr. Adair lias a tent with a seating capacity of over 2000, and frequently i prayer meeting instead, all SLICK TRICK WAS PLAYED TWO MEN ARE CHARGED WITH SWINDLING A GALVESTON COTTON FIRM. churches uniting Thf f lowing is the -chsdv.J •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 April 1910

y v *£W COW«-i£ -T.H WEONUOAV, APRIL «. 1 1Q. f (« ¿V? In fÍRj fia Mi Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes There is no question about H. S. & M. Clothes being the greatest line of clothe? made in America, they hold their snape better, wear better and give better service than any other do thing made; if yen don't believe it all you got to oo is to try one suit. We vol convince you. Cwtifte Har. buafftnr k Mías SHOES We handle all the new styles in Han- an. Just Wright, Stater & Morrill ¡and Douglas shoes, come to us we nave them. • Shirt and Hat Department We handle all new and up-to-date shirts and hats, Manhattau and Em- ory shirts. Hopkins straw hats. Edge Clothing Company Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes JS Copyright Hart Schafther it Mars SemUeekly lourier-Iimes ^|Jf| Tie Uwler-Tlaes PtUkhUq Co. j DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY BAPTIST ASS'K Subscriptiofi. $1.00 Per Year 6. A utipuet ...Editor. M. A. M<DO''JAL km/r.ÍMM Editor r t£. HAFHHTY ..Hurtntm Mgr. í Kutxrti *t Tfirr...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMIS. 11 CITY COUNCIL MET IN REGULAR SESSION YESTERDAY The Opening Of Baseball G <s Outlook For The Season (From Saturday's Dally.) The city council met in regular monthly session yesterday afternoon. Following were me p-oceedings: Routine business disposed of all al- dermen being piesnt The mayor was Instructed to em- ploy a city engineer at a salary of $50 per month The mayor stated thait he had made a contract with A. E, Harris to build a concrete sidewalk around the pro¡>- orty oí the First Baptist church, on North Bols d'Arc a/venae and West Ferguson street, it was his opinion that the church would be alble to pay back the money within a year with interest. I The usual property lien was order- ed drawn against the property. It was moved that whore other churches In the city wish to construct concrete sidewalks, that the cl*ty fur- nish free the sand and gravel for same. The appointment by the mayor of J. B. Leath as special policeman at the Cotton Bel...

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

wwt - i THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER TIMES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6. 1010. FARM ft dlib — (mm FE.TRIGG REGISTER IROCKFORD.IAJ CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEO [This matter must not be reprinted with- out special permission.) The moat wholesome Influence thn can come into tbe life of any persoi la a condition In which be Is callet upon to work for another. There is a' once satisfaction and zest in such sen- tee. Milk, swoet or sour, is a most valu able adjunct in the ration for thefloct of hens and should be provided foi them whenever possible. It furnlshei them food elements in a form wblc they relish aud which is at tbe sam< time easily digested and assimilated. ADULTERATION OF MILK. A Missouri reader of these notea writes inquiring if there is any sim- ple and correct way of ascertaining whether sweet milk has been adulter- ated. In several states the pure food laws require that milk shall contain sot less than 3 per cent of butter fat nor less than 12% per cent of milk sol- ids. The butter fat ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 April 1910

MMKWNMNM WHWMN WKCNCSOAY, APRIL 6. 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMBS. CABBAGE MAKING FINE PRO- GRESS — BEANS AND REAS SOON BE READY. TOMATOES BACKWARD Plants Smaller Than Usual—Have Been Transferred to Cold Frames. The Wolderl Grocery Cam pan y handed the Oourler-Tlmes man yes t.erday the following letter from MU> siripa!, telling of conditions of truck In thai state: Vegetable Outlook in Mississippi Since March 16th, when the ther- mometer reglstred a minimum of 29 nnd caused slight damage to toma toes and beans, we have had by far the best growing weather of the sea son. Cabbage has made fine progress, some of the earlier plantings are be- ginning to form heads and with fa- vorable conditions will be ready for market by the latter part of April. Much of the cabbage crop 1s quite late and will therefore give us a long shipping season. Beans have been freely planted and many of the fields are up to a good stand' and doing well. With average conditions wo sihoulil begin to ship ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 April 1910

CERTIFICATES FOR TEACHERS5 ISSUED ON EXAMINATIONS State Superintendent of Public In- •tnictlou F. M. Braley made the fol- lowing statement wtth respect to ex am ¡nations for teachers' certificates: "The Kexí exeruainatlons for teach- era" certificates will be held at the counts ««its tf the respective coun- ties of the state on Friday and Satur- day, May 6 and 7. On these days ex- amiantions will be held for both county and state certificates, and It is estimated that there will be 2000 uppllcans. In order to avoid unneces- sary delay in the handling of exami Batiera and consequent Inconveni- ence and Impatience on the part of applicats for state certificates, the following information with respcet to the county examinations for teach- ers' certificates 1s announced: "It is believed thait a faithful, in- telligent co-operation of the county spe:intendent and the county board of examiners with the 'state depart- ment of education will reduce the time between the date of the exami nat...

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