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

Stato Library, Austin, TexM. O Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1910. NUMBER 31. The Leading House THE BIG ST O RE-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 firesses. A large variety of the popular for nice 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 C9at made entirely of substantial lace with inen strips, skirt made of linen with ace band, worth $10.00, special $7.95 Lingerie Dresses. A selection of about 150 bea...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1910. U 8 Semi-rfetkly louriei -1 imes BT The Courier-iiir.es Publishing Co. «AILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year S. A. LINDSKV Editor. H. A. McDOi'«iaL. A«i' ciate Editor. F. K. RAFFLUTY . .Budtneas Mgr. iinvorod at Tyler, Texas. Ponto ffíce a Second Clasti Mail Mutter. 'KTva of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, " Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing in these calumns con •ernitiK any individual, will Iw cheerfully cor* r .:t ! if broucht to the attention of the Kditor. The rains at this time are damag- ing to strawberries. but the Injury• had its full compensation in the great > benefit they are to the oat crop of which there is a much largar acre- age in Smith county than usual. HOME TRADE «IBS Keeping Dieplay Windows At- tractive an Excellent Means. The days are getting longer, but they are all too short for us to acoom-j pllsh the great work before us. So will life be, hence wo call for help. Join us...

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

SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1910. THE SLMI-WEEXLY COUfclER-TIMBS. PLEASANT SOCIAL MEETING OF O'NAI BOKO LOOSE UST NIGHT i, • • í Complimentary to Mr. Burnett Wadel, Who Has Returned from Con- vention at Washington MANY NOTABLE MEN ATTENDED MEETIND AT THE CAPITOL CITY (FVoan Wednesday's Daily ) A very pleasant social meeting oí Edward Losker Lodge I. O. Boat Brith, (Sons of the Covenant) was beld at Harmony hall last night, in honor of Delegate Burnett Wadel, who lias just returned from the sea- lon of the Conatltuion Grand Lodge of that body In Washington, D. €. The meetings of this body ara held «very five years, the peraonel being carefully chosen by the Grand Lodge* of each of the seven districts in th* United States. The Southern states are entitled to only six representa- tives, and the Tyler lodge felt highly honored in the selection of Mr. Wadel as one, to assist in framing the policy of this noble order for the next five years. The Bnal Brith U nox only devoted to charity, maintaini...

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

1 i'J ■ II if I i: ¿ I If AFTER COAL Dallas, Tex., Apill 12—The an- nouncement that the Cotton Belt Is concluding negotiations for the pur- chase of the Stephenville North and South Texas railroad, which extends from Stephc-nvllle to Hamilton, has caused much comment In local rail- road elides. The Cotton Belt al- ready has a survey from Gatesvllle, the, terminus of one of Its branches, to Hamilton, which Is only < few milts to the northwest. The building of this short line will put Waco in touch with a new trade territory and will give the Cotton Belt a line within striking distance of the coal fields north of Stephen- vllle. Thurber Is not many miles norih of Steplienvllle, and there coal is found in abundance. Ono of the reeds of the Cotton Belt for many years has been a large coal territory to supply Its own needs and to serve as tonnage. Some time ago a survey was made from Steplienvllle north to Thurber, !t is said, "by the 'builders of the Stephenville Hne. ORDER OF AZTECS...

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

, V (SATURDAY, APftlL 16, 1 10. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. arm and Garden BEEKEEPING ON FARMS. NO FEAR OF BEEF TRUSTS. Golden Wordi of Wisdom Anent tk« "Back to the Farm" 8logan. llore is the view of a Veruionter. ' who signs himself "A Farmer From ( Town," in a recent letter to a New York paper: Wo in the hills have watched with great interest the widely varying com- ments on the higli prices and means Colonel Roosevelt In Still Life For Once at Least If Given Half a Chance Bees Good Profit#. As to whether it will pay the aver- ago farmer to keep bees and produce honey on his place 1 would say that will depend somewhat on circum stances, writes J. W. Rouse of Au drain county, Mo. 1 am sure it would pay any horticulturist to keep bees even If he never got any honey from them, as they are a great aid in caus ing the fertilization of fruit bloom Many times one can secure some sur plus honey from bees kept in gums or boxes, but If bees are kept in mod ern improved movable frame hiv...

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

SPECIAL TRAIN LEFT ON TIME THB SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, A#ML If, 1910. ——————— p-;' «TELL EQUIPPED TRAIN OF EIGHT COACHE8, WITH PULL- MAN8 AND CAFE. > |' 1 m m ! i. it ¡I Hi; No (From Thursday's Dally.) "Over one hundred members of tlx? "Tyler Commercial Cluib, together with officials of the Cotton Belt railway, the Tyler Kid Band and other citi- zens left this city promptly al 8:50 this morning for Nacogdoches. There ■were eight ooaches on train, Including Pullmans, cafe and Guy Stewart's iprivate oar 05 «Chicago Record-Herald, Mr. Mosse ■of the St. Louis Time , and Mr. I. E, Baroett, general advertising agent of :the St. Louis Southwestern Railway •«orwupaay. Cotton Belt officiate accompanying «te party were: J. F. Leh&ne, gener- al (passenger agent; Á. D. Bell, chief clerk In the passenger office; tt. D. Carl, assistant superintendent; W. I. MAller, master mechanic; C. H. Jen- jctnga, chief of commissary depart' «tent; F. W. Bowler, train car tore• -¿man; J. C....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 April 1910

^\\\\\\\ ? public,butthrir realization is always even beyond expectation. We look forward to this occasion and is full of right now. Study our prices. This is not merely a suggestion made for the purpose of bringing will find our store overflowing with bargains. Every price card tells a bargain story. We have selected rs. tins in spite of the present high market conditions. Many of these values will not be duplicated this then our position as the safest place to trade" in Tyler. We advise early choosing, it is the best (leached Domestic 8c Is of Extra Good quality of Domestic, free from starch, A pening price per yard aO c Brown Linen 10c is of Brown Linen, good rorth 20c, Spring IA Sale price, per yard ■ IU 30c Sheeting 23c Extra Good Quality 10-4 Brown Sheeting, worth 40c, opening aa Sale Price per yard sZO 10c Men's Hose 5c 25 dozen Men's Fast Black Hose, worth 10c. £ Spring Opening Sale price «0 Hosiery able to offer better values in hosiery sses and Children. Buy a six month's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 April 1910

¡": I i i? i I,, i i ?' í i m ■ «; If ■ «:¡m takwioí' fffl. i. m THE SEMI WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. \ SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1910. arm arid Garden PROPER CARE OF EGGS. Mistake to Hold Them For Higher Prices, Says Philadelphia Writer. Wliere can the blame be properly «placed for the presence of bud eggs In the markets? What are the causes? The Kansas State Agricultural college places the blame, at least In part. With the farmer for the following two reasons: First, some few farmers de- liberately take eggs to market which they know are uot fresh, because they reason that the merchaut Is compelled to take them or lose their trade; sec- ond, and by far the greatest reason. Is because of ignorance on the part of the farmer as to how to sell eggs, says A writer In the Philadelphia Record. It Is Indeed a bad practice to trade MS the eggs at the village store. Some merchants even offer 2 cents a dozen anore for eggs sold for trade than ithey do those sold for cash. The price 4>f goods is raise...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 April 1910

q%.QÍ.Q%. COURIER-TI MES. CURES SKIN DISEASES branous^flesh in which'aíe'imbc"dedV*e^Ja^d«tl8#U0"Ekiin' " a 8CnsitÍTe me:: through those tiny veins and arteries 81 blood VCSEela- *• l- to the different pores, glands and lvmnh.M *^■2? *3 BU9PN®d from the blocn and free from all eruption or ía bv !« J*? ** is kept healti^ humors infect the circulation its noirishin^ ™ ut whca impurities aiu ■tead of supplying tho skin with i Properties are diminished and hi- diseases the delicate librcB; pí í^^n4.p~jrí.e' U trnsta:it^ states and akin tissues inflame, swell Ld !, 8harp uratlc matt0r- Then the on the surface. ApplX soíthín?/d 8Te fonu oS ^ai l^oMe appears does not purify tho blood and there^fo'o thn'Rkfn t8' Tf" t0 the outor eruPtlons manner, fi. S. S. cures all skin dto.^L Í, skin trouble tan not be cured in this the humors from tho blood it cools thn lil° acicls and removill« its normal sirenSth and thickue «biatlon. Guilds it up to addB to its purity in ovexy way" 'tiiÍ hI ' r.ic^ nu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 April 1910

BP®? if R i >k*.' . •/ H , I Semi-Veekly Courier-limes n The Courier-IHres Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporstmd SEMI-WEEKLY Subscriptltn. $1 00 Per Year S. A. MNDSEY IL A. McDOUGAL. 9. M. RAFFERTY Aaaoolats Editor .. Business Mr at tyler. Texu. Poatoffice m Second CI— MjüliUttar. of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. T« ¿VI A reflection appearing In these columns con •ernlna any individual, will be oheerfuibr cor- «eetedu brought to the attention of the Editor. announcement! «OUNTY OFFICES. Sut>jec( to action of Democratic Primarle . For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. | For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. W. H. HANSON For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HAJN60N. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. For Ooaut} Attorney: J/9SSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. TO&B JAR VIS. Sax AsseMor: UBNRT B. MATTKKWB. <W. H. DAY. «Por IMaOict Clerk: a. a. LAVENDER. (PAT H. BEAIRD, (re-election.) jAr aammtf Tresnnr: W. H. OHITWOOD. JAS. P BROUOHTON. <L E. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 April 1910

ij fimm, / saturday, april 1 , 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. APPEALS FOR H.&F. MISSIONS County No Chance of Nature Fsl'.ini With Kermit's Cam 21*1 w To the Churches of Smith Baptist Association.' Dear Brethren—Our superintendent of Missions tor the state, Uro. F. *M. McConneli. wrctr mt, asking that !¡ look after Heme and Foreign >Tis- aiona in our íi-suclatlnn. 1 o in the minutos of last year, several of oar i t port « ¡(.i m I a; i churchf.s didn't 111> on Hi s" f\Vi' ren! brethr. n!! the name of our I.! pavo the command mi "How can you it i ly i... when the cry r un f: i for help and •: .1.1 and won.cn are dy n< gospel, J. ••.:s Aid. "If mo, he will !: ni'.v v 11:23. Do -you live J- ; . caí o ¡' >v 1 ' ' association do our "lev<> i ;iI'm ' "¡IIÍC 1 1 si cms. Only thr. ? mo ;. bonk ■ "« ■ b c' Will you help mu b of debt? Send up c.lncrir.r wo rally a! l.lmhilo on Hv> '2 us what yen ib> \ great thmu:i for I great th'nprs from Cm' " I do bop ■ each...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 April 1910

j> : ' • . ' « ' * Mí k r : J p*,.' , Special Bargains 6 l-2c Yard Át this price we put on our counters, 40 piecs of ^ goods for children or ladies house dresses or _ etc. They consist of Ginghams, Percales, ton Waistings, etc. Vaiues 9c and 10c 6 l-2c Yard $1 and $1.25 Negligee Shirts 65c Choice of obout 20 dozen Negligee Shirts, in a number of good styles, all sizes, including such makes as Eagle Monarch, E. & W. and other first class makes. 65c 100 Men's Low Cut Shoes $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes, $2.90. In Douglas' best make; also Nettleton's, only $2.90 $3 Low Cut Shoes for $1.90 Men's patent leather low cuts, absolutely solid, patent leather, proper styles $1.90 25c Yd. Look, Look. 25c Yd. Fifty pietes Silk finished Tissues, foulards, Pongees, Embroidered Suitings, Satin striped and plain dress goods, Silk Crepes, etc. They are without doubt the best values offered in Tyler for years. Values range from 40c to 75c. Choice 25c THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 19...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

«tato Library, Austin, Text-, "v^*| ■ , *v' .C o Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910. NUMBER 32. You ought to see the 200 pairs of Men's Pants just received at Upstate's. $4.00 and $5.00 is what others would charge you. : $2.50 and $3,85 is their prices* See samples in window Gus F. Taylor. President. R. Bengifeld, Active Vice-Pre^ T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Pattersoif, Ast. Cashier. sse^wjmaeea^ma^Mmi (Jeo. S. McGhee, Cashier O. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Oonnally, Vice-Pres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. ] EXPLOITATION OF EAST TEXAS CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATtS DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Llpstate. R. D. Cobib. Geo. S. McGiue. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers THEME T S, A, LIN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF EAST TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS Special to CouvI«:-TImes. Nacogdoches, Tex., April 16.—'At a meeting'of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

it - ■.. ¿¿¡¡Jija ¡Sis }Si * . * í"-. •-, Y « ';J t; ;,'v THE SEMI'WEBKLY COUKIER TIMES. WKDMEAPAY, APRIL 20, 1*10. Si \ $ $ b % m Ti Á K Coprright H rt Schitfner Se Mar* YOU'LL be distinguished for your well-dressed appearance in any company you're seen in, if we put the Clothes on you. We have the styles here that you want; they're such Clothes as no one else in this town has. Made for us only BY * "¡njqp These are about the only Clothes now that you can depend know if you consider it important to get value for we're pretty certain that if you once >ur clothes. suits, hats and shoes ¿rns we can offer you. Grays seem to lead; iy new browns and tans, and a big range of i* taste and your ideas of style. ring; some new blocks that make taste and y is almost bewildering: the only man who .oesn't wear a necktie at all. * and Summer underwear; we e wears, as fine as you want •chaffner & Marx Clothes FH1NGCO I I

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Special Values Tailored Suits aid Silk Dresses New Lingerie Frocks, cool, tempting creations, rich styles « Such beauty! such variety! such values! Dresses that are "Visions of White", in French Batiste, broken into richness with Cluny lace and delicate Valencienes, with pleats and panels and openwork long sleeves or of All- over eyelet embroidery, with net yoke of tucks and edging of Normandy Valenciennes, or of sheer Muslin, with the new short sleeves (yes, short sleeves are coming back again.) Then there are fragile styles of Mull, on the Bolero plan, with drop shoulders and low neck, with braiding and hand embroidered patterns, and other frocks with tunic skirts, and styles till one grows bewildered in delight. It's a great display, the past week has seen a window presentation which has served merely to hint at the scope of the main exhibit. The prettiest, most be- coming styles that have been seen anvwhere. There are ide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

jüHK \ 4gl¡tl WEEKLY COURI1 W1PNM0AY, ÁKIML 'k ÍÍÍ0. m a ———I——— ... —| Did you get one of those House Dresses, Coat suits or Lingerie dresses, wash skirts, or waists, at Lipstate's They are correct in style, they are certainly reasonable in price JtotoHMWfly (jburier-Hmes ilhaT th^truth U beginning* ío toe re- BY The Courier-Times Publishiag Go. ©AILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ■. A. LINDSBY WHor. H. A. McDOUOAL.. Asoclata fdttor. W. B. RAFFKRTY . . Mgr. •t Tyler, Taza*. Portoffle " S*eooU Clan Mail Matter. of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texaa A reflection appearing in theae column con irnlnir any individual, will be cheerful ly cor- jk brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS OOÜNTY OFFICES. ■Subject to action of Demicratic Primaries. (For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. (For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. ,W. H. HANSON. #or Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. «For District Attorney, 7th Judicial Oistrict: W. W. SA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

V, APRIL 20, 1910. HE SEMI-WEEKLY CO Upstate's are certainly kept going in the Millinery department bringing in more of the nice things every day or two. Express and freight shipments are Let us show you CLOSING SCENES OF THE GREAT EAST TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS The Tyler Boosters arrived Satur- day night at 9 o'clock on their sp lal tiain. The Kid Band came up to the square and rendered several fine se- lections. The proceedings of the meeting have been printed up to Saturday, and from the Dallas News of yester- day we give the following wyqrts of the closing meeting: j "The organisation at Nwfligdoohes of the Bast Texas Industrial Congress yesterday and today has, it Is Implic- itly "believed 'by leading citizens of nearly thirty towns in this part of the sítate, assured the daiwning of a new era for the "iboys with sand be- twene their toes" in old East Texas. ¡More railroads, more dirt roads and good ones, more farms, more farmers and better ones, in a word, the de- velopment of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

■MBBf||fla| m w mi ;.''!W-> ,,. ^ ''''• *;fT-,. ^ ' I' PJU THE ARMI-WEBKLY COURIERTIMES. WEDNESDAY, APR If. 20. 1910. ' * B fi S • a m" P 5iife TRe INVENTIONS qf IRAD BIGLOW By HUGH PENDEXTER had Biglow's Alphabet Seed -•Sr; \ "Cst's Plant • Paw •••da Right Now." Gouata Bdgar's narrow area gleamed pith pleasure aa hla acad klnaman. trad Blglow, painfully pulled bla trunk to tba adsa of tha veranda pre- aaratory to entering the (arm wiioa hftor maaiT dalaya the old nan wan Ibovt to SB to hla ooustn, Presasen, arhare Bdgnr was andona lo aoa him Old Irad MgtoWs atad eyes became sathette behind their bushy thatch aa pa readily deduced hla w Blooms had lean exhausted. But ho had no settled feme and II was Imperative that have- aaaln under Oouata Bdfw'a tod n Mt longer. "Mebbe pan «an make me a Aa Halt next Tear," aoothed Bdgar. letting town the tall-board ot the wagon ta receive the trunk. Irad sighed. He knew hla stay at freeman* would be aa brief aa It waa inwelcome. What after that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

•>. 4 * • '4r « ■A ■*: APIUL 20, 1010. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Photograph of Duel Fought In Suburbs of Paris ; ■ ft To demonstrate to their friends that they were buving u real tight Dr. A.. J. Doyen, a celebrated surgeon, and Captain Van Landhendonck of the Bel- gian army invited a number of friends and photographers along to witness their duel, fought in the garden of a restaurant on the outskirts of Psris. The duel was fought with swords and was a real old fashioned D'Artagnnn sword ■lashing affair. The captain was wounded so badly in the arm that he bad to •sk for peace. In the meantime be has three other duels on his hands, and the surgeon is willing to give him another round. The photograph of the duel was taken just before the captain received the thrust that caused him to call "enough" for the time being. SPENT DAY AT MR. ROOSEVELT AND SON ARE IN THE CAPITAL OF AUS- TRIAN UiNGARY. Vienna, April 16.—Theodore Roose- velt and Kermit arrived at 6:45 o'- clock yesterday...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 April 1910

flfc! *■ i «UWWW - THE SEMI-WEBHLY COURIER-TIMES. B|ig cut in prices on Wavy switches, coronet braids and turbans. Come and get them prices, they will be sold out shortly ..... now, w at their low Lipstate's MT. SYLVAN CORRESPONDENT WRITES AROUT TOE SCHOOL Mt. (Sylvan, April 17.—We have had considerable rain for the last week arid ou'r farmers are beginning to get (behind with their work. Past- ures are' fine and the peach crop Is fine. iSeveral oí our people attended the singing conVention at Tyler last week and report having a fine time. Some little sickness in the commu- nity, but none serious. Our ¡farmers are planting cotton. Our cattle men shipped three cars of cattle to West Texas on the 12th. Our school closed on the 1st day of this month and we ngeret very much that It could not continue at least two months longer. Our school Is, we are sorry to say, not what it once was. The time has been when our school was perhaps second to none in the county. When Prof. T. J. Mo- Bride,...

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