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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 May 1910

(t«s> WEDNESDAY. MAY 4, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. DR. RANKIN COMES OUT FOR HON. CONE JOHNSON TORREY MEETG WelliKnown Editor of Home and State U. Picks Tyler Man as the Winner Dr. G. C. Rankin, editor of the Home and State, and a leader of pro- hibition democrats in Texas declared in a letter given to the press Satur- day night that he would support Cone Johnson for governor. He says In part: -~ "For more than two months a great many people from all over the state have been writing me urgently to declare my choice for governor in the present campaign; hut fot reasons satisfactory to myself I have purposely and studiously refrained from such declaration until now. Took His Own Time. In the first place, I have wanted1 sufficient time to thoroughly study the situation. I hold tho cau&e for which I stand far above m«n and candidates. ♦ ♦ * Until the present I have not been prepared to judge be- tween them and to side with the one whose chances, in my opinion, are the mo...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. •ooo oo PEOPLE'S PULPIT... t ? m f f •f Sennon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. ►Ooo th the Mediterranean Sea. AprU IT. are not far from the place where poor Jonah long ago had bis sad ei- parlance in hla attempt to run away (rom the Divine commission to the Jitnevitee. We arc nearlng Jaffa, the port from which he sailed, then called Soppa. Some, Intent on disproving as ggucb as possible of the Bible, have Attempted to make light of Jonah's ex- periences, claiming that there was no pah In the world of such capacity as Bonld swallow a man entirely. We tie to remember, however, that the Scriptures do not say that It was an ttOlnary whale that swallowed Jonah, tat rather they specifically declare that God "specially prepared" a great ■th for the occasion. Nor is this all. (I7e have our Lord's own testimony to |he truthfulness of the mutter, and (IThoever denies either his truthfulness Mr his Intelligence is thereby denying gUn bis Messiah...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 May 1910

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1 10. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. FT. WORTH RECORD GIVE 00T MORE POLITICAL DOPE Prints Rumor that Johnson and Poin- dexter are to Retire in Favor of Judge Ramsey . r THE LATTER SAYS HE KNOWS NOTHING OF SUCH A MOVE • •••• ••••• • • • Dallas, Tex., April 28.—OSpec- • • iai.)—The political sensation, of • • the campaign leaked out here • • tonight. Commitees have been1 • • selected to urge Judge William • • Polndexter and Hon. Cone John- • • son. to retire from the race for • • governor and permit Judge W. • • iF. Ramsey of the court of crlm- • • Inal appeals to become the com- • • promise candidate of the prohl- • • bition democrats for governor. • • • • •••• ••••• Following dope was dealt out in yesterday's Fort Worth Record: Decatur, Tex., April 28.—The Rec- ord correspondent secured the follow- ing Interview with Rev. L. iS. Barton, presiding elder of the Decatur district Methodist conference: "From recent developments It now looks as If one of the following th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 May 1910

1 GET IT AT: LIP$TATE'S AND SEE WHAT TOP SAVE I White Waists Good quality lawn, em- broidered front, edged with lace, open in back, $1.60 sellers, choice $1.00 HEM AFTER N. I ACCUSES GREATER NEW YORK'S EXECUTIVE OF CROOKEDNESS IN OFFICE. PUBLISHES CABLE MESSAGE Corroborating HI Statement. Con- earning Qaynor—Hot New From New York. Vf New York, May 2.—William R. Heant continued his war on Mayor Oaynor by publishing In the New York Amerl can a cabled meseag e from ex-Mayor George B. McCellan in which McClellan places at Gay* nor's door the responsibility for the payment of the $48,000 to Daniel F. Cohalan, the Tammany leader. It was the payment of this money and Hearst's comments thereon that eaused Mayor Gaynor's attack upon Hearst at the dinner o fthe newspa- per publishers at the Astoria. MoClellan'a cable follows: "Florence. Italy, April SO, 1910.— To the Editor of the New York Amer- ican: In the last few days of Hy ad- ministration Chamberlain Martin called my attention to the $4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 7 May 1910

■tato Library, Austin, Te*M. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1910. WUK.V- * ttn •• ' \ NUMBER 37. na The Big Store The Leading House No Better Time Than Now t to buy Pretty White Wash Fabrics for The Warm Summer Days Our long experience in buying summer wash fabrics has taught us WHAT TO BUY, in weave, finish and weight. Our stock this season consists of just those fabrics that we know will wash well, wear well and make up to your entire satisfaction, besides we are showing all that is new in materials brought out this season. Bring this advertisement with you and see the Excellent values In the following items. that is the slogan of the men's national missiona- ry conference. GOSPEL TO ALL NATIONS Is tho Intention of the Mission Work- ers—Negro Methodists at Au- gusta, Georgia. Chicago, May 5.—The second day's session of men's national missionary congressed opened yesterday with an- other general meeting which was at- tended by all delegates. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 7 May 1910

—-r—rr—■ ■n • THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TI1IB8. i I ¡Mí P!#if I I B I I! R.'j É 2 SunMTeekly Courier-Times BT lie Cotnier-Tims Publishing Co. daily ^'semi-weekly Subscription, $1.00 Per Year «. A. LINDSEY H. A. McDOUOAL.. Associate Editor. F. E. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. **-d ^SSTmK®" m 8~ond of publication. 211-218 North Broadway, Trior, Tnu 4S?Sl"i3KB®r.S be cheerfully cor- •MMIf brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOIWtEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Democratic Primaries. For Congreu, 3rd District: H. C. OEDDfE. For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. W. H. HANSON For notorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judlolal District: W. W. SANDERS. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. For Comity Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. For Ta* Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWB. W. H. DAY. For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAHÍD, (re-election.) Foe County Treasurer: W. H. OHITWOOD. JAS. P. BROUGflTON. R E. LOVING. For Co. Commiss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 7 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. HORRIBLE STORIES OF CRUELTY FROM THE SOOTH SEA ISLANDS Two Presbyterian Missionaries Captur- ed, Burned and Eaten by Cannibals Seattle, Wash., May 3.—The Bar- ) ■ ntine Mary E AVInklemaa, which lias just arrived at M«kilter, Wash lngtoii, frcnx the friendly and Tonga Islands, In the South seas, bring de- tails of the murder and eating by can xiib-ils on Savage Island, r.ear ~"tííé Tongas, of Rev. Horatio Hopkins and his assistant, Rev. Heektor Laurie McPherson, missionaries of the Pres- byterian Mission, en Feb. 5. While the hark lay at Tanga tabu in the Tonga Islands, a canoe load of mis- pion natives from Savage Island ar- rived at Fua, bringing news of the butchery. The natives said that Hopkins and McPherson were teach- ing in the mission building, which stands on tho beach in the ¡ltlle har- bor of Savage Island, when 200 of the unconverted savages, howling war cries and brandishing clubs and spears, descended on their quarters and took every one prisoner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 7 May 1910

' i THE SEMI-WEEKLY C0URIER-TIMB8. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. f.L JJJJ Semi-Weekly Courier-Hmes ^ BT the Courier-limes Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Stibscriptit n. $1.00 Per Year . r: m .i ,r , : — 8. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. IT. E. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. So tared at Tyler, Texas. Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ñnt> of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. ¡ A reflection apjvnrlni? in these columns con *mirjr uny individual, will be cheert'uily cor- tjectt.l if brought to the attention of the Kditor. j contractor got results. Some yean ago a contractor build-. ing a railroad in a warm climate was troubled a great deal by sickness among the laborers. He turned hi* attention at once to their food and found that they were getting full rations oí meat and were drinking water from a stream near by. He issued orders to cut down the amount of meat and to increase greatly the quantity of Quaker Scotch Oats fea to the men. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 7 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. 4 PEANUTS FINE ;/ Fill! HOG FEED COWPÍIAo AND CORN FAILED BUT TURNED HCGS ONTO gg COO&ER FIELD. J ALFALFA BAY IS Á WISER | 3 ^ Cordell Growers Are Going in For These Crops—Will Be Chief Feed. ftfá Fort Worth, Tex., Me y 5.—Having demonstrated to their own satisfac- tion that better results M 110,5s can ha secured ' from feeding alfalt'a hay and l^.eanins than from any other ration, the hog' raisers aromul Cordel!, Okla., are going in for those two crops and will make them their chief hog feed this year. That their faith in alfalfa and peanuts is justified is shown by the experience of all who tried them. Peanuts Saved Him. J. I(. Parker, livlnjy one mile south of Cordell, last year had In eleven acres in peanuts, and ninety acres in corn, and every row of that corn was planted to cowpeas. The cowpeas failed for want of rain, and the samo cause cut dawn the corn to less than fourteen 'bushels per acre. But he had eighty-flve h...

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

y .1' ■" THE SEMI-WEEKLY C0URIBR-TIMB8. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1*10. I i* fe ■ I i i M ■i-'Jh w • J J 9 ®nd 8Ce ""At Lipstates ,r¿'« House Dresses Made of good quality Percale, trimmed with braid and piping $1.90 and $1.45 Thirty Ladles' Wrappers, good qoality Percale, trimmed In rulfles and finishing braid, $2 quality $1.19 DEATH GLAIMS CAPT.DARROCOTT "Folowlng notice Is taken from a diaper at Coronet, Fla., where Capt. Darrocott died several days ago. He was a brother of our esteemed fellow- ^townsman, Mr. J. C. Darrocott. The Mpajwr Bays* "This community was unutterably ■«hocked last Monday evening, when She sad news was passed along that «Capt. T. J. Darraoott had died sud- denly, at Coronet. , "Oapt. Darracott was for about two years In poor health, being compell- ed cm that account to resign his po- sition as bridge supervisor of the XL C. L., the duties of which he had -^performed tor the past thirty years JEfl condition for a long time was -regarded as quite serious, but sever- s)...

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

€ Tjr" "V II I lítiltflITlÍMii "#lliáfcf SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COUR1ER-TIME8. X WHY CAN GUAM* P MroC# HERE'S SECRET. MOTH "It's the Baking Powder,—not much like your old-style kind that cost three times as much and wasn't half as good." "Well, it's just wonderful. Everything you make is light as a feather and the best I ever tasted. In my time, I thought I was a fine cook when I could get a cake to look like that. And to think it always comes out right! How foolish I've been to stick to the high-priced kind,—forty or fifty cents a pound and no better than they were fifty years ago!" Baking Powders have improved along with everything else in the last fifty years. We guarantee that today the Best at Any Price is Kansas City, May 4—Dr. Walter Haines resumed testifying In the Hyde murder trial yesterday. A mo- tion ma le by the defense to strike out the testimony of Dr. Haines, on the ground it was speculative and irrele- vant, was overruled by the court at the owning; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 7 May 1910

SATURDAY, WAY 7. 1I10L yap TYLER PEOPLE HUMO III HOTEL RÍE IT PALESTINE OF THE WORK EVANGELIST ADAIR V "I?*** rsvw Ho : 5 0"\ f?tv> A vW.vm y w->> > Nn-V* -v.tV¡Kv!. ><• *'• * 1 "• IV. - nv vf 0> #ry MV %< N * y<V' W WÍ>!\>t* v'vM'V.'.vJt V \v* *"*Y v.ihV hot*!- Oirtgut o v.Ssv Hv •* *.v v, rv* t, >s v Ttm« *v v a wn9v r W jittrtls tu tlh> ISsCv!. Vi w V'V.W, Itu-r* *1HK W V* ,'^W T*v TyNrr ix\v-> *v v >■(•.:• Ví ) oí thou . O K O * V " * nut a livliy: v'« w«xf< JVr'i-. -w •■. \w was qtttt p tol tU'\y VA.'V."W *Nvf ;>v> M. c«w«\i JItW'.v r< "v r * tHl:*vl story y*uVw W «lee #tvn# «"Horn ruvWjr. -' v"! '( K x also Wit tttíurts!. «w* *«6r HsV «ni ankle. \ ><•' c* ne to PríHr .- ¡v ' W *^vforsflV after i,„. Nvr, for he OVvtori TV>Tt per. tfl t*>*V oltN iv *v oki bui1<tfn« thivf ; ^v> s*tori<* srd Tko )<v v wsv wwrs i thvMi ,V '<*rv pS"tl> eOWsNVi h> ins-Mi;1- •¡'Y iv if h<- inwihí bete'. fv.v ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

tiiU Library, Austin, Texas. ■ ■ ■■'I. I fi \ 1 ■ Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910 NUMBER 3& (Jus P. Taylor. Piesident. "eo. 8. Mcdhee, Cashier g R. Ber ield. Active Vice-Pres O. C. Wimbórly, Vice-Pres. 1 T. B. Ramey. Vice-Pres. Walter Connally, Vlce-Pree. gj J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. O. M. Boten, 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. Upstate R. D. Cobb Geo. S. McOhte. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers LAID TO BEST THIS (From Monday's Daily.) Many friends attended the funeral of Mr. Richard McElroy this morn- ing. The remains arrived from El Paso at 8:25 on the I. & G. N., an<l were carried to Martin c\irch. The funeral services were conduct ed by Rev. New Harris, the former pastor of deceased. They were deep ly impressive. The preacher paid a tribute to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910 i Sen LWoekIy Courier-Times" BY 'His worth In money from the tiiuo he [he hag any desire whatever to oou- twenty until he Is sixty is $16.000. tlnu« 111 sch°o1. ' he the requisite - v. B - What, makes the difference? Eight Tlie tcurler-Times Publishing Co. . v „ # . , . , , . 'veais of schooling of about six Incorparstid DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY ¡months to the year . On the support- ' " Hon that It takes 50 months, tVn it Subscripts n, $1.00 Per Year ,is worth $80 a month to the boy cr crrr=rr—7- ,, —---t= ! $4 a day whll« In school. Does it ray? LINPSEY Editor. 1 jju, average earning capacity of S. A H. A. MeDOUOAL. . Associate Editor. T. E. RAFKBIRTY . . BuslneM Mgr. ¡ Entered at Tyler, Texas. Poatuflioc aa Second Class Muil Matter. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Taxas. A reflection appearing in these columns con eeminituny individual, will be cheerfully cor- ndteti if br uirht to the attention of the Editor. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910 THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. FAfctt OB m GARDEN BY EE.TRIGG REGISTER. WCKTORD.IA. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEO [This matter must not be reprinted with- out special permission.] TO PREVENT APPLE SCAB. There may be some readers of these lotes who have orchards which have been neglected for some time past and fti which scab aud other fungous pests hold «way, not only reducing the size of the fruit produced, but greatly In- juring Its quality. To right these Ills one must spray the trees within the two or three weeks before the blos- som buds open with the ,bordeaux mixture. This is made of blue vitriol (copper sulphate), lime and water and is prepared as follows: Slack five pounds of fresh stone lime in a tight box or small barrel, using care that it does not burn In the process, for the finer and more creamy Its texture the better the mixture therefrom will be. When thoroughly slacked dilute to twenty-five gallons, preferably tu the small barrel in which the slac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

Semi-Weekly Courier-limes " Hie Courier-Times Publishing Co, Incorporated ¿daily SEMI-WEEKL Sibscriptlon, $1.00 Per Year «. a. LINDSEY Editor. a. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor. W. E. RAFFERTY . .Buslneaa Mgr at Tyler. Texas. Poetoffice M Second Class Mail Matter. «¿^publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. A wilaction appearing in these column con ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to action of Democratic JPrtmariea. (For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. Tar District Attorney: C. H. REESE. ¡W. H. HANSON fFor Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. Wor District Attorney, 7th Judicial Otetrtct: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. (Far «County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. Count) Attorney: JJ2S.SE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB JARVre. r Tax Assessor: (HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. 1PAT H. BEAIRl), (re-election.) Couuty Treasurer: "W. H CHITWOOD. JAS. P- BROUGHTON. R. E. LOVING. «For Co. Commissioner, Prec. 1: JULOYD SMITH. tFor County Clerk: JNO. F. HADEN, (...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

WEDNESDAY. MAY 11, 1910 the DAILY courier-times. THc SCANDAL IN ILLINOIS ÍS GAINING 4-HHEE MEMBERS OP ASSEMBLY H WE ADMITTED SELLING THEIR VOTES. Chicago, May 9.—"If they must paint the state of Illinois black, by — I'll help them; blacker than any Btate In the union, so help me " Floating through Ihe open transom of a wlndowless room the3e words quoted seemed to tell of a desperate frame of mind amongst some of the men most interested in the grand jury Investigation of bribery charge® against Illinois legislators. Slate's Attorney Way man's Immu- nity bath accepted anothe refu'gee 5n the person of Michael S. Linke democratic representative from Mitch ell, while the prosecutor's array oí testimony received another., confes- sion, almost identical with that of the two first squealers, Representa- tive Bee km el er and Representative White. A night In the custody of a detec- tive witn an indictment for perjury against him proved too much for Linke. He went before the jury and changed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

.iNüéít HfP .rP' -p ' ~ ■ W&w •w : ; t 8 © ÍAULHAN'S liREAT FEATI j#1 *ne most talked of aviator lit tne „orld today Is Louis Paulhan, who re- cently defeated Graham White In a ^50,000 flying contest from London to Manchester. This Is the greatest feal ae far performed by an aviator and fu rewarded by the greatest sum «ver offered as an aviation prize. The records show nothing to parallel this contest for the blue ribbon of the air. Despite strong winds the Frenchman began the Journey and was more than halfway to the goal before the English- man. who literally had been "caught trapping." had covered a third of the distance. White had waited all the VHt£ SK>V(l-Wi:&KLV COC Ki J.'K-TIMKS. H WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910 PADIiHAN IN BIS MACHINE. anorning and most of the afternoon for ¿favorable weather and Anally decided mot to start. He had dismissed most -of his mechanics and was sleeping, so «a to be fresh and ready for the great effort the next morning, when the star Cling new...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910 THE SEMI-WEEKLY CO'JRiGR-TIMES. DR. TORREY ATTENDED DANCE IN AUSTRALIA Was Invited to go and Surprised the Dancing Master by being Present WATCHED DANCERS FOR SOME TIME MANY OF THEM BECAME MUCH EXCITE Dating the «delivery of & sermon at (In Australia?" I asked, turning to tne Texarkana the other night 'Evangelist (leader oí the orchestra. He looked Torrey was discussing the evils of down at the floor. "We are so t>usy ♦the dance, and redted an incident which happened in Australia when !he was holding a revival in that ♦country. T>r Torrey says: "I was attacking dancing in Aus- tralia in much the same way aa I "have attacked it in Texarkana," said Dr Torrey, "and I aroused a storm of protest from many quarters in Bnllarat. One day, I received a note from the secretary dt one of tlie lead- ing and most exclusive dancing cluhs itoklng vt our rauülc," he liiEwered, "that we haven': time to look at the dane >-s " "I h' U'ii 'i «.as u: cut time for me ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 May 1910

. V Pi SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1 10 GREAT REVIVAL NOW UNDER WAY BRO. LOCKETT ADAIR, EVANGE- LIST, SPOKE TO VAST CROWD YESTERDAY. FINE MUSIC-BIG CHOIR city away up on the Piula where he er take the platform and begins to OVER 200 VOICB8 AND SEVERAL HORNS, PIANOS AND VIOLINS held u ttn day ' meeting with splen- did mollis. Personal Appearance. Pro. A dnlr Is u h«rt, «tout man. lie hna light hair and blue eyes. He In rifan shaven and his face nhowx, /.IrciiKlh of character and flrmnen« of purpose. Wo do not Itnow any- thing about htm uh a policeman, but we will venturo the guenH that he wan one of Iht' bent on the Dallas fore. It ih naff to way that when mi offender fell Into the clutohcB of I.oehelt Adair, he Knew a man had hold of hi in. Hp say-* ho don't know much Kn- hIIhIi, and when lie referred to liim- «elf as a "plum good preacher," hi hearer Immediately knew ho told the truth; hut he knows how to use Kngli h, anyway. Ills scntcnceu are abort, ci lap and t...

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