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

mm * . , ; • .flf „.. ® i © s,utü Aunn Vv T T. )>,.ii .,' (?#© €> •T ij lii'SPM Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APKÜ. 9, 19. NUMBER 29. l35BnZSS The Big Store The Leading House THE BIG STORE-THE LEADING HOUSE Special Offerings in Ladies* Ready = to = wear We now have on special sale in our ready-to-wear department a large assortment of the most beauti- ful garments that we have ever been able to show. When in town do not fail to visit this department, as the bargains we are offering are extraordinary. All garments are of the newest style, well made, and we make all alterations free of charge. Linen and Repp Dresses. A large variety of the popular Coat- Dresses, just the thing for nice street dresses, in white and all colors, light and dark, regular, value $9.00, specially priced at. $6.95 Linen and Lace Coat Suits 10 dressy Coat Suits, in white Coat made entirely of substantial lace with linen strips, skirt made of linen with lace band, worth $...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 April 1910

: IKMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURO AY, APRIL 9. 1910. Seml-Veekly Courier-1 imes BV The Courier-Times Publishing Co. | Incorporated OAILY SEMI-WEEKLv , Subscript! n. $1.00 Per Year 8. A. LINPSEY Editor «. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor, r. K. RAFFKRTY ..Business Mgr. ■Enterad at Tyler, Texas. Poitofflce M Second Class Mail Matter. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. ▲ reflection appearing In these columns «•rains any individual, will be cheerfully ranted If brought to the attention of the Ed co r lltor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Dem icratlc Primaries. (For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. for District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. W. H. HANSON for Flotorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. For County Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. JJ. W. BROOKS. 'WiEB JARVIS. V<or Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAIRD, (re-election.) ...for C...

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

■■weiseewwr ■'T.T •atimoay, affr ii 9, 1910. semnweekly courier-times. !.V ■v 13 BU- ■er- lud }"S 3p- a ler- Ire- lily In Ita- Ind rty hü iw ive IV- ve |eir be- to ise lul- J °' the jail Ion lor Irlll the kti- |W8 Hay ■ble Had ■i ■ng ■( ■ci- Bus H* ■ la Hhe Hbe ■- Htct ■i ■fe- ■rill ■i_ Hda Bed lr ■th- ■ t Hid- le ■be 111 ■hy In ■ of li- ■ •- lt* ■e. 1 e I lc lo- ■in llt ■re It. But a lie t- Im Jr- lee ■dr COTTON SEED FLOOR POPULAR MANY MILL8 NOW MAKING EDI< ble EXTRACT OF SOUTHERN PLANT—GOOD A8 DIATETIC Dalles, Tex., April 5.—In regard to the marketing of flour made from cotton seed Col. J. W. Allison of *En- nls had the following to say: "Inter- est In cotton seed flour 1« Increasing rapidly. The mills are taking up the production of It and the demand which la already 'beginning to make Itself evident will meet with a prompt supply. If the oufcptit Is kept uip to the proper standard It will not be long before this product of the South will be recognized everywhere as a most exc...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SAT'Jr.SAY, AP3IL 9, 1910. w<\ ■ft" f o Oo ^ ( & a -«ft We Want to Tell You About Millinery 'iiiut ve are showing lines of thor- oughly up-to-date Millinery. The difference between us and the oth- er houses is—THE PRICE—and this you will find much more moderate at our house. We want to ask you to investi- gate our ready-to-wear goods. Our ladies Coat Suits and one piece house dresses, lingerie suits and wash skirts and waists, up to date this Spring, neat, pleasing, but above all very moderate in price, same in Muslin Underwear in the higher grades. Jr " I j > •• You Probably Don't Don't Know about Our Hair Goods That we have had an enormous sale on Wavy Switches, Coronet Braids, Turbans and other hair goods, the price is the thing with us and that is low. We are Eager to Tell You About Our Dress Goods About our enormous big stock of Silk finished, figured, solid and white dress goods and waist- tags, our extra large stock of white and colore...

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

■ df £&•Skvk*P?■*-.* -v.t,,v ■*#. • a¡ State Library, Austin, Texsa. -je;..i.-*• ■! WMMM----- Qifrifti'!'?) «ATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. EUGENE N. FOSS. New Massachusetts Congressman Won Hi* 8eat on National Issues. The electidh to congress recently of Eugene N. Fosa, Democrat, of Massa- chusetts to succeed the late William 0. Lovering is considered of more than State wide importance, as he stumped his district, the Fourteenth, on nation- •1 questions and easily won out ¡Where the towns in that district re- turned Republican majorities only a lew months ago there was a complete change in this election, Foss' plurality over his Republican opponent, William B. Buchanan, being 5.040. This is the flnt time that district has ever before elected a Democrat to (twigress. The new congressman is a promi- nent and wealthy manufacturer, bank- er and capitalist of Boston. He Is a EÜOEXE X. FOSS. brother of Representative Oeorge Ed- mund Foss of Illinois. elialnnit...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. 3ATUPDAY, APRIL 0, 1910. I - Semi-Weekly tourer-limes " " * by The Courier-Tim?> Publishing Co. Incorper.ii*d DAILY StMI-'.VtEKLV Subscript! n. Si 00 l'er loar <# a lint- H A Maw a; Editor v^s vutf Editor. - .0*1 M*r .«*.-.«V.V 1* S-.-OJ4K1 , «'aiirier-Tlnw eon Jumos 90,000 ¿unti2 oí |.:i; ■ r per annum on which ti. print i.- (576,€"> copK':: oí news- pap ?!'«• Tu candi.Me w'ujse announc?- is carnc.l in both of our pub- Moati.n- fuur nuviths has his name print : ! an.i seat out to the realera f ,!k>so papsiv 225,333 times. " ■ pa cv". i ver tb. entire city : v :.>••, ;;2 i ;¡:al rouh'3 in Smith U'vr.'ty and all t ie turn', rr.u rs ot the * . .v.'.,,.-.vn: pn:t¡::;:s of live j. "joining o. untie* It is always well to have ; ; living ner.-.cn;?' county tine in "* I -v'Mthy. The r¿rcy a-lUerents In the Miosis- ;i i ¡igi'lature retín to be scYapers. contiiit with defeating Ya' a- ir.. n wis.!: their nua, they now pro- iim t¡ ; i e Va^danian's ac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 April 1910

I MK IIMI* I '■! vm ■ J-'' •■ w(|w SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. !t|] A i i LADY IN BLACK APPEARS Á6MN Mrs. Ctidahy, One of the Principals In Sensational Kansas City Case LIBERTY SCHOOL CLosNii ami V.'«vhing::tn, M;uc!i ?1.—The Post- must' Sir:—It is the d;si:e of the depaitmen: that you <ain -liy re- qu.'s: paticms of nwul acUvdry out cf yoi'.r oífio-. i. p.iint ti'.oir boxes a:id lito posts t'> v, l:!cb tl v are attach- ' I a pure vhite col ,r. This course, i:í! "ií pursued. Ail. not on".- result hi b.Miefit tc the ratit a la -ervu..? o Vioieot uls box 3nil po.il d>.un- (Frosn Thu Lase night about "ho passed tIn- lay' Daily. ) lo o'clock p.: jpie ■ >uthwe.-t corner ol' "a.te: seo.!- a state cfj hhm! aye by t!u en', her. but will give all b.:A€S a ün-.Ii'1'i'i r .1 a::d s ,' A; t'. ."?• tbeiv iiy In all j arts o\ V-Vie <.tuniiy as 'jiilud Sta-'? mail box?*, a.0'1 will .• th.Mi- a much neat " and sigh! ¡It::* appearance than th >y now posea- '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 April 1910

■ATI THE SEMI-WEEKLY COPIER.TIMES. SATI" ? AY. AP^IL 9, 1910. Spring Clothes ! FOR EVERYBODY ;®;s Pit Kaufman "Prt-Sbrunk" OaroMoli tiff*' We are now ready to show vou all the new styles of the spring season in Men's high class Clothing; more and more men are coming to this store for their outfitting every season, consequently our business grows and grows We want you to wear these Clothes, we shall best serve you by getting you into them, we're now ready for you. Fine Suits $10 up to $25 Agents in Tyler for Widow Jones brand of Clothing for young Men, Boy's and little chaps, quality high, prices reasonable. In our Shoe department we can fit every foot, shoes that give long satisfactory service. i \ Brown I & McFarland TYLER, TEXAS A PECULIAR EPIMEDIC CAUSES HORSES' DEATH Europe's Welcome to i Roosevelt i Lord Rosbery to Head Party to See Prizefight Lo, the Hon. trembllu* ou* , Sunk In fear no mor* will civey, Antl the hlppoi>ot«iuu* Once again can K«-t hi* Teddy R.' in>t e...

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

^írtcy- - n • ' .*/•• zap' ., -f |ATU~.DAY, APRIL 9, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. r y i XX Buy Copyright Hart Schaflfner Se Mars Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes There is no question about H. S. & M. Clothes being the greatest line of clothes made in America, they hold their shape better, wear better and give better service than any other clothing made; if you don't believe it all you got to do is to try one suit. We will convince you. SHOES We handle all the new styles in Han- an, Just Wright, Stater & Morrill and Douglas shoes, come to us we have them .Sag Shirt and Hat Department We handle all new and up-to-date shirts and hats, Manhattau and Em- ory shirts, Hopkins straw hats. Clothing Company Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes ir'V: $S; 1 • i. .. r . Copyright Hart Schaffner Sc Marx THREE CANDIDATES DISCUSS TYLER MAN'S CHALLENGE l JUDGE POINDEXTER'S REPLY Waxahachie, Tex., April 6.—Judge WilHarn Poindexiter was asked for an expression concerning Cone J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 April 1910

iff*] 7 f r á:. : H !■"„V'r. \í I i ai tap; v| ; fffl ! iyVM BÉ iK v m - MMI-WBEKLV COURIBR-TIMES. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times Br The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Yea * A. L1ND8EY Editor H. A. McDOUOAL. Asocíate Bdttor, 9. B. RAFFERTY ..BudnM Mgr. •t Tyler, Tow Ptotoflle* « Second Clue Mail Matter. of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Ti A reflection ai LV •eninaany 'iSSttA be cheerfully cor redttdlf brought to the attention of the Bdii In thee* columna con cor- ¡tor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNT!' OFFICES. Subject tii action of Democratic Primaries. Por CongreM, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. W. H. HANSON For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. For County Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W, BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. For Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAIRD, (re-election.) For County Tre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 April 1910

íf-vr. (; €) "^■T <£'' .. ■ •ATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910. ftEMI.WlKKLY COURIER-TIMES. .—^vldlUlWlk.. \ máMh , MlíBPHr!, the jeweler íf/'i '"*'1 Tt •The above cat is a hfté líkéu¿.¿¿ oí y-; a:* r.t oxi.er.ence un-i guarantee* Mr. Pink Murphey, who wishes to an- 1 ¡s work to give natisfactioa. His nounce to the public that he solicits !'r*c?3 ar<? comparatively low for the patronage of those who have first class work. When you are In need of his services call cn him ou watch or jewelery repairing. He U | North Broadway, rear of Citizens' a competent workman, having ha/11 National Bank building. COTTON SEED FOR SALE. A boy seventeen years old made teat year on old, upland which was not fertilled, the best cotton I ever saw grow. I am satisfied several acres of the crop made a bale and a half per acre. The yield was duo to the seed1 he planted. The year be- fore he planted ordinary seed and raised on the same groiuid rivL- bales, last year he raised eleven bales. I got him to save ai! ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 9 April 1910

* I il HOPEWELL SCHOOL CLOSED FINE PROGRAM r.ENDERED—SES- SION HAS BEEN VERY SUC- CESSFUL ONE. Our school closed Friday, follow©.! by an interesting exhibition. Tlie program Is as follows: •ScJng—-Glad Welcome.1 Presentation of certificates of punctuality to George Rodgers, Swan Shank, Henry Mercer Shank, Eld- ridge Duge and Anna Mary Shank. Opening speech. Susie's Lesson. Recess Speeches. April Fool's. New Quarters. The ¡SonamlbuHst. Playing Doctor. Song—Merrily O. ¡Back Woods School. Reclaimed Father. Some Very Famous People. iMajrried by the New Justice. Those Thompson's Surprise Party. Cucumber Hill' Debating Society. iSong-—School Days are Passing Airay. This splendid program though in- terrupted by rain is said to be the best in the history of thla school. There can't be too mulch praise given onr worthy teachers who put forth so jrnuch effort in the preparation of these exercises. Our school has been a grand success in every way. It is said by old people here, and compe- tent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

«i a ¿ ■ State Library , >r., / & %w swí Semi- Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13, 1910. NUMBER 30. Gus F. Taylor. President. (reo. S. McGhee, Cashier R. Bei'gifeltl, Active Vlce-Pres. O. C. Wimborly, Vlce-Pres. T. B. Ramey, Vlce-Pres. Walter Connolly, Vlce-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. O. 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 Oonnally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers § OLD CITIZEN PASSES AWAY DR. 0. LOFTIN DIED SATURDAY NK5HT, AFTER AN ILLNESS OF OF SEVERAL WEEKS. VAS IN GONFEIERATE ARMY Served as Assistant Surgeon—Active and Prominent in Tyler Busi- ness Affaire. Dr. O. Loftln, for many years one of the most prominent citizens of Ty- ler and East Texas,, passed arway Sat- urday nlgjht at 11:45 o'clock, at thw family residence...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

í .utt tflW** —' ■ II ill is : i-4 IP. * ■ FT r. fe Hi J THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1 10. SemHeekly Courier-! ¡mes BT The todricr.Ttoes P*RsN 4 Co. DAILY Per Year whea: fr/eads, It has a peculiar 1 ly rich And attractive flavor. Prob- j at>!y the cake aval* from this pro- I duw Is the be« of all oottonseed iivvl preparations. Th< InieivSouch- JJ|||T-. jera Ooctoaseeri Meal Co. expresses SEMI-WEEKLY 1 the opinion that oottoosoed uietU. as — ite basis of breads, etc.. will rwplac? <-i cj aa \Mr irhaat to the extent oí f ¡ er cent in OBbSCTl^tlM. $1.00 rff TMT . ^ ^ (0 two ^ They are «T- — - — ! tv oding much money to put the re- ft. A- LIVDSET ®a** ! ci jg into every home. Elsewhere in WL A.. McDOUGAL a—ívu SdRar. |.>;5 issue Cf his paper avIII be found r E. RA.FTT.KTT . Runraa Mgr. ¡ ^ advertisement of tils company, — ( j¿i how recipes may he secured. auxwr ! _ "JeartoMi to this: You will never ¿ .z see lands as chee:. in Smith cvxraty as Jiey aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

'■MHfrW; • 4*aW WIDNMDAY, APRIL 13, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. r rm ii 3 j f!fl P3 i d|j . ; IfHMlO \ Buy Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Copyright Hart Schaffner Sc Man There is no question about H. S. & M. Clothes being the greatest line of clothes made in America, they hold their shape better, wear better and give better service than any other clothing made; if you don't believe it all you got to do is to try one suit. We will convince you. SHOES We handle all the new styles in Han- an, Just Wright, Stater & Morrill and Douglas shoes, come to us we have 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 V Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes J0 T, Copyright Hart Schaffncr it Mars MM OIL EXGITEMENT III E There U some little excKment in tihe WhitelK>u®e community over tho discovery of oil on the farm of Jim Gre-iH', who Uves two miles west of Whitehous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

THE R3MI.WBEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WKDNMDAV, APRIL IS, 1910. ■*: m Vf * < || w lii ñ w II h| f iu n «3 HE i if i I i W | ■ ¡ I IT v> W a*- *"114. 'ill i w «11 ■ I ^ Í 1' i i I'!I I 1181 fc- Br-fM ff m f f I I ; : I 1 -ATH <! TYLER'S CHEAPEST CASH STORE _ The tremendous growth of our trade proves the economy of our prices. Our business chandise and to offer them at prices much lower than others. We have purchased unu| advance on all lines we are going to offer you greater values than we have ever oi Values that speak for themselves will be offered ■■■ Commencing 0 l-2c Lawns 4c yard Figured Lawns in light an'd dark colors, a 6 l-2c value at 7 l-2c White Lawn 5c yard Plain White Lawn, a 7 l-2c value at per yard 8c Bleaching at 6c yard Soft finish Bleaching, 36 inches wide, 8c value at 10c Bleaching at 7 l-2c yard Fine quality soft finish Bleaching, 36 inches wide 10c value at 12 l-2c Dress Ginghams at 7 l-2c yard A. V. C. Dress Ginghams, new spring patterns two to ten yard length...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

"V WEDNESDAY, AW*IL 13, 1910. THE SEMI-WERKT.V rr TT TP .TTMT?JB NG OPPORTUNITY KDMBB n -AT« TYLERS CHEAPEST CASH STORE |¿iness success has depended largely upon our ability to secure first class, reliable mer- :d unusual large stock of spring and summer goods for this season, and in spite of the ¡ver offered you before, to make busy times and encourage early spring buying. ** Saturday Morning, April 16th 75« hoc at tde 75 90 90 50 |90 iO F [c je P 5 I We are exclusive agents for the celebrated line of C. B. Corsets, in all the newest mod- els for the Spring season at prices very low, from 59c to $2.50 50 dozen Corsets, in all the new styles for CQa spring, 85c value at WwV 25 dozen celebrated C. B. Corsets, in the A A very newest models, a $1.45 value at ^ I «UU Millinery Department la onr Millinery Department will be found a very large and complete line of all the new- est style shapes Trimmed Hats and Street Hats, all marked at very low prices. Big line of Misses and Children's H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Wt ONIIDAY, APRIL 13, 1910. aufóci I 1 M: Ki TO OUSTJLLBOARDS Fight For Abolition of Town Ug- Ufiers Spreading. EFFECTIVE LAWS INSTITUTED Cincinnati and St. Louie Adopt Regu- lation* Restricting Construction of Signboard* In Certain Section* of the City and Matter Expoeed en Them. It Is veil agreed on as a starting point In the quest after a town and ettj beautiful that tbe ever ugly bilí- boards must by all means disappear The colored poeter that adorns tbe dead walls and vacant spaces of town streets Is about tbe only created thing for which no claim of beauty Is made. The signboard stands unrivaled and •lone as something that is frankly ugly and justifies its existence on oth- er ground than attractiveness to the aesthetic sense. Many towns and cities throughout tbe United States are wag- ing a successful fight to abolish bill- board advertising. Cincinnati is male lag a strong stand against the nul ■anee that should be duplicated in all towns and c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

m: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. CITY AND COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPARTMENT edited by a. w. orr. tyler TO TEACHERS AND PROSPECTIVE *i EACHER3. No cross, lazy, ignorant, narrow- minded man or woman ought ev^er of- fer to teach school, for such can do no good. Not more than half of those that draw teachers' salaries are live, ear- nest, enthusiastic well-qualified teach- ers, and all others ought to qualify themselves for the work or quit it. Drawing an unearned salary la bad enough, hut dwarfing and dis- torting children®' minds is infinitely worse. Salaries of good teachers are still lower than they ouhgt to he, hut al- most any teacher that ¡oves her work and has her heart set on "doing things" can. if she wants to, attend some good normal evefy summer or two, and thereby keep up with the professional procession. The district normal nearest us and the one best fitted up for good work will open the later part oí May at Jacksonville. Mr. Gideon, principal Of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 April 1910

' & A* * r-r •"•* . >./ \ I I I •U1 THB DAILY ¿OURIM-TlMCS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1 10. 1 FERTILIZER AT Reduced PRICE, *For a shofrt title we will sell a good Fertilizer at low price, the value of which is $17.50 per ton. The Analysis is as follows: Potash Nitrogen **53 Phosphoric acid, available 2.08 Use this on your garden or berry patches and you will be surprised at the Increased yield. Try it. s Ask for prices. g Francis Brothers Phone 103 We'. Texas A COMMONWEALTH RULED FARMERS. (By Frederic C. Howe.) PART II. t The Secret of Hit Sueeeai. The Dane. 1 the best farmer in the vorld. The secret of his su'ccésa is Intensive cultivation. The land is minutely divided, the acerage size oí the farms of the flnrt five classes, which comprise nine-tenths of the land, being thirty-nine acres. A man on four acres the Huasman, will make a decent living for himself and1 for his family. He will have three or four cows and possibly fifteen pigs. He will produce his own vegetables and som...

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