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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

State Library, Austin. To sum. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1910. NUMBER 39 I ■ I ¡8 The Big Store The Leading House THE B/O¿TORE- THEIEAQJNG HOUSE W eekEnd Specials In Various Departments Ladies' Ready-to-wear We have received another shipment of the popular Repp Coat-Dresses, these dresses are made of fine French Repp, button in front, and very «comfortably take the place of shirt waist and skirt, they come in all colors, as white, lavender, rose, mulberry, l'gray, sky, reseda, and copper. See window. Special $5.95 1 lot of this season's wash Coat Suits, made of fine Linene in Linen color, white and Copenhagen, cuffs and collars made of contrasting material, all sizes, Special $5.00 Week End Specials in Various Departments that are money savers 46 Inch Persian Lawn, very fine and sheer, onr regular 35c quality, spe- cial 25c Ladies' Muslin Drawers . , 50 dozen ladies Muslin Drawers, made of best grade Muslin, made full Special, each 29c ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1 10. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES THE TEXA8 POLITICS IN ( PRES8. STATE Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BY Ihc Courier-Times Publishing Co OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY 1:1 Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Editor. Har——— - — ■ ■ * a- LINDSBY M. A. McDOUGAL. . AaHodat* Editor. V. K. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. dCafarutl *t Tyler, 'IVxaa, I* UiIHcb 1,'lasa Mail Matter. Second at publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texan. ^ _ A reflection appearing In thane columna con «•tainit any inumdual, will be cheerfully cor- eactcd it biouuht to the attention of the iulitor. b !lil T; •fj ANNUUNLLMtNTS Subject tvi action of Democratic Primaries. f«r Congress, 3rd District: U. C. GEDDlE. War District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. Far Flctorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. (For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. HAT GENTRY. , r County Attorney: j , JE8SK F. ODOM. M. W. BROOKS. i W B JAR VI8. r fu Assessor: HENRY B....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. DOM HYDE IS THE DEFENDANT IN THE SWOPE MURDER TRIAL TELLS HIS STORY. SAli HE GATE NO POISON 6ome of These Things Had Disappear ed Prom His Office—A Gen- eral Kansas City, Mo., May 11.—Dr. Hyde resumed his testimony in hla own behalf -when the criminal court opened yesterday morning. The phy- sician smiled as he came out of his cell and skipped up the steps that led Into the court room. Mrs. Hyde tras waiting for him. "Testifying does not make me nervous," he said. "I am glad I havs the opportunity to tell my story." Hyde testified that he had nothing to do with capsule he gave the nurse for Colonel Swope after October 2. He denied he had ever put any germ's in the drinking water he is said to have given Margaret Swope and did not even recall having given her a drink. Witness testified that on his return from New York typhoid and diph- theria germs and some cyanide of po- tassium capsules were missing from Ma office. He planned e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

i TMI DAILY eOUfllIR-TIMKt. SATURDAY, MUY 14, 1110. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times by Courier-Times Publishing Co incorporated ILY SSMI-weiKLY SrtscriplKn. $1.00 Per Year «. A. Bditor. m. A. McDOUOAL. . A*oclat Editor. *, E. HAFFERTT . .BUJinee*. Ugr. mt Tyler. Texas. Poetofflce a* Second Claaa Mail Matter. of .publication, 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler. Texaa. & reflection appearing; In these column con wsfaigany individual, will be ¡SStf brought to the attention of the Editor. SiiEs Sobject to action of Democratic tfrSn&ries. Woe Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. Wor the Legislature: D. U. L. BONNER. District Attorney: JC. H. REESE. W. H. JiANSON. Pictorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. fc- Dlst-ict Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. Wte County School Superintendent. A. W. ORR. for County Judge: J. A- BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. County Attorney: JSSSSSi F. ODOM. JI. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. District Clerk: J, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

SATURDAY, COURIER-TIMES. *FIie Store For Men! (r « The Korkmas store on the South side of the Square, while the stock consists of everything in the dry goods and notions line, is a place for men and boys, as far as bargains in Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Overalls and every- thing the men wear, is concerned. You can buy a good suit for $5.00 up. The class of goods is guaranteed to be the best and give en- tire satisfaction. We handle the best Shoes on earth and will convince you that they are the cheapest if you will call at our store. We make a special low price on good size bill. We will fit you out from head to foot and save you money. S* Sip Our line of Dry Goods, Notions, etc., is always áa sold at a lower price than you can get elsewhere. j|jj§ To Country merchants and wagon peddlers, we make special bargain for job lots in our whole- sale department. Come and see me. David Korkmas The People's Store, South Side Square, Tyler CONE JOHNSON , SPEAKS A? ASS'N Dallas, Tex., M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

ü THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMESL SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1910. MINISTERS DENY THE REPORTS 0torie8 of personal encoun1" er cetween two delegates to asheville PARTIES ARE INRIGNANT Denounce the Report as An Outrage on the Methadist Conference. itherllle, N. C„ May 11.—Dr. Mc- Jlnrray and Dr. Andre-* , t*o -lele- gates to the conference oí tho M. E. Cbttrch, South, -who are alleged in ftories flont out Monday night to 2mve had a personal encounter in concction -with the election of bishops by the conference, Issued Indignant denials that any trouble had occur- rod between tliem. Mc Murray declared tho reports an outrage to tho principals and to tho •ntlro conference, •while Andrews «tatod that parties interested were sever on more friendly terms. Yesterday' soswton of tho confer wee Ibegun with tho usual religious services, led by Rev. Tiirboux, mis- •tonary from Brazil. Aftor the Jour- nal waa road and corrected, Bishop Hose Introduced Thomas Jefferson, president of tho church extension boa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

up MtMftAV, m <4,1114. i Win' ■•■TT iTifii UfiMfeMMÉttiü THI AAILV 66Uhlim-tlMtl DEVIL PUT OUT OF BUSINESS THIRTEEN SAVED LAST NIGHT Several Men Gave Their Hearts to God at the Meeting~>-1200 People Were Present •! 5 u ' i: ■' ■ BRO. ADAIR SPOKE ON THE SUBJECT "HOW WE LOSE FAITH"—A GREAT SERMON "• "üiíl.t (Prom Tuesday's Dally.) The crowd that heard Bro. Adair last night was not so large as on the night before. Monday nlgln crowds are usually smaller than other nights In the week. But what was lacked in numbers was easily made up in enthusiasm. * There were thirteen conversions du'ring the meeting and two at one of the ladles' prayer meetings. Opening Service. iThe crowd had assembled by 8 o'clock and Bro. Ferguson began by singing that, lively hymn, "Be Ye Reconciled." It was sung In fine style. Bro. Ferguson is a most en- ergetic choir leader and makes this part of the meeting just as impor- tant as the preaching. He is one of the *best choir loaders ever heard in this city....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

«V «¡i tkt MliV 46UAltfcf ¡Mil _ UtUüDAV, MAV H, 1*16. Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes ríe uwier-rinw PMbÜsMng Co. üicmpomM / daily scwi-wcekly SÍwiptlon. $1.00 Per Year I . A. LINPSEY Editor, H. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor, r. 10. RAFFKRTY \. Business Mgr SCHOOL TEXAS. ««* at Ty^T.xa^ Pnatofllce as Second *ttar. of publication, 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler. Tex . A NfWeUon appearing In these columna eon teratagany Individual, will be thaerfully oor- rectedlf bfousrht to the attention of the Lditor. Subject tu action of Democratic Primary For Congrett, 3rpt District: H.,C. GJCDDIR. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON For Flotcrial Representativa: H. H. IJifN^ON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial Dl#lcti W. W. SANDERS. feOUNTY OFFICES. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT,GENTRY. ■nor Opliut) Attorney: JOBStp F. O DOM. N. W. BROOKS. -WIDB JARVIS. For «as Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H, DAY,. For lrtMrict Clerk; J. 8. LAVENDER. PAT H. BfiAUÍD, (re-election.) For Count...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1#10. THE DAILY COURIER-TIMES. W. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT (Paper read by Mrs. W. T. Eaton, at parlor meeting of Tyler W. C. T. U., at home of Mrs. Win. Mosby, Wed newlay, May. 4. Printed on motion of members of W. C. T. U.., present at said meeting.) In the Annual Leaflet, familiar to White Ribboners, there Is a short cat- echism, whose first question is this: "What is the Woman's Chiistian Temperance Union?" ' It is a n organization of Christian Women banded together for the pro- tection of the home, the abolition of •the liquor traille, and the triumph of Christ's Golden RliTe in custom and In law." ' rv>j ,vi The alms and purposes of the Worn ans Christian Temperance Union are no less inclusive than this: To pro- tect the home, to abolish the liquor traffic, and to further the universal observance of the Golden Rule. In the words of Hannah Whitall Smith, the Womans Christian Tem- iperanoe Union is "organized mother love." This must explain its hold upon the heart...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 14 May 1910

■fr ■■ THE 3SMI .WEEKLY COURIER-TIMBS. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1810. Iff" ]. ft G. N. ROAD WILL BE SOLD DECREE TO THE EFFECT WAS HANDED DOWN YESTERDAY BY COURT. > Palla , TexJ May 12.—Federal Judges MoConnlck and Meek at noon were encased In preparing the decree ot the court ordering the Bale of the International & Great Northern rail- road to satisfy second and third mort- gagee. W. H. Fllppen, now master in chan- cer*, is to be named special master to effect the Bale. This is the result of the final hear* 1ng on the receivership yesterday morning, when the Interveners prac- tically agreed. The basis of the court's decree was satisfactory and the several claims were approved. Aa agreed, the decree of the court will provide for the sale of the road and its property and the foreclosing of «he second and third mortgages. The interests of lntervenois, with the question of priority preserved! Is to <be determined later. Also the ques- tion as to whether there has been a diversion of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

Stato Library, Austin. Texu. Semi-Weekly Courier-Tiiwes. VOLUME XXVII. TYLE«. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1#10. NUMDER 40. «S097/ÍSSSM Gus F. Taylor. President. R. Ber®reld. Activo Vlce-Pres T. B. Harney, Vice-Free. J. D. Pattrfrscro, Ast. Cashier. líeo. S. McGrhee, Cashier ¡3 O. C. Wunburly, Vlce-Pres. 9 Walter Counally, Vlce-Pres. J O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. 2 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connolly. H. B Marsh. T. B. Itamey. J. Lipfitaia. K- D- Cob ). Geo. S. McGhte. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers o\\\u STRAW «OTE _ FAVORS Jim H.umbrick, the, well known traveling salesman, took a straw vote the other day on an I. & G. N. passenger train, Which resulted as follows: Johnson 10, Ponldexter 2, David- son 2, Colquitt 4; non-committal 2. Mr. Ham/brick states that nearly all the men were strange,rs to him. One of the non-commital was a re- publican and the ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. W* • lWeek'y Courier-Times BY The C«uvier-Times Publishing Co. Inoorporttmd OAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year M. A. LINPSEY Editor. mm a. McDOUGAL.. Associate Editor. JT. fC. RAFFERTY . . Buaine* Mgr. at Tyler, Texas, Poitofflce u Second Class Mail Matter. at publication, 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing In these columns con ^tejrsny IndiWdual. will be cheerfuily cor- <a*2ed it brouarht to the attention of the Editor. brought to the attention Judicial ANNOHNLEMENTS Subject to action of Demicretlc fitaurlei. for Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDD1E. JForH*e Legislature: D. II. L BONNER. far District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. f«r Flctorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Oiatrict: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. ¡For County School Superintendent! A. W. ORR. Cor County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. , «tar County Attorney: 1 JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. '' y. W®B JARVIS. mme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. FARMERS' CHAUTAUQUA IDEA '"0 OUR SEMI- IS GROWING DAY OY DAY WEEKLY SUB- SCRIBERS Troupe Banner Suggests that Dis- trict Chautauquas Should Also be Held I This paper las been discussing at different times the holding of a Farm- ers' Chautauqua at Lindsey's Lake during the summer months after the farmersi have laid bj their crops. The matter has met with a hearty approval from many farmers as well a& other citizens throughout the county. A few days ago Henry Acker, agent of Fanners' Co-opera- tive Department work, stated that wherever he went on his rounds iu the county the farmers were anxious for such a chautauqua Down at Troupe the people are .n- terested, and they wish to have a chautauqua at or near that place. Speaking of this matter *.ue Banner has the following: "Henry Acker, the wide-a-wake demonstration agent of Snii'li coun- ty has proposed a two or three days' Fanners' Chautauqua to be hele' this summer in the vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIM ICS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, WO. v m Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT Itie touiier-Tlmes Publishing Co. Inootpor*l d OAILV SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year <?. A. LINDSBY Bdttor. II. A. MeDOUOAL. .A*oclat« Editor. V. 12. RAFKERTY .. Buninew Mgr. «ntered at Tyler, Tex . Postoffice u Second Obiu Mail Matter. of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing in these columns con earning any Individual, will be cheerful ly cor- seted if brought to the attention of the Editor. Ninety per cent of all troubles are HcnomO. . ¡ . "All's well that ends well" and so it will be ' oil weD" v;l*>, Cone John- «o la the final wind up. both they have. WTLo would v. to for a niau who ha J no mission gave to j promote prohibition? Texas neodU prohibition to bo sure but sho also needa other things au.l a man who Is not big enough to recognize and do* ckire himself u'pon all public que*- ti:>:;s is not big enough to ba gover- nor of Texas. L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

m v/rr.vcr:* *.v.' v.\y is, 1910. R gf-'MMMUMT Pi ORCHM <fflb —4 GARDD1 BY RETRICG cEmcutFomr ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON CORRESPONDENCE (I SOLICITED IS 1 WW if I ii id' i ifll >Ktfi While not ranking with California or Florida in the production of oranges, i.ouisiuuu produced 141,"flu boxea iu l'JOO. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. There werp Imported Into the United States lu 100'J 1,479,0ol bushels of flax seed as compared with 44,731 bushels In 1008. t Russia Is one of the leading sugar , beet producing countries, her output I for 1009 being 7,502,854 tons as com- j pared with t),'257,854 tons for the pre- ceding year. I'i'nls matter must not lie reprinted with- out special |h;i mission.] The flock of liens appreciate shade i in hot weather just as do folks and ' other animals. If (hero are no trees j i:i I lie yard a few sunflowers protect- j ed while young from the liens will ; answer the purpose well. CO-OPERATION IN ROAD WORK, j There is no sort of public work iu i which ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

V THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1910. ' I m i#* wr- ■eWii;.-; „ INVENTIONS of IRAD BIGLOW *<a°fa° By HUGH PENDEXTER Irad Big low's Revolving Shirt Bosoms ■ay. o "For $10,000,000 We'll Supply Shirts for the Nation." "Don't hurry about eating, but goon'a you're done we'll start for your Cousin Freeman's," coldly reminded Irad Blglow's kinsman, as the old man mournfully dallied over his cof- fee and sighed, as through the win- dow he saw the farm wagon waiting to take him and his trunk to his next stopping place. "I ought to change my clothes, Ed- gar," murmured the old man, spar- ring for time. "Tour clothes look all right," quick- ly assured Edgar. "I was thinking in particular of one of my new shirts. It would please Freeman." Realising that Freeman would not be delectated at receiving and harbor- ing his aged relative, Edgar sneered audibly. "He'll be mighty keen to see how It works," desperately added Irad. "He took to the scheme from the start" "Scheme," je...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. The Store For Men! The Korkmas store on the South side of the Square, while the stock consists of everything in the dry goods and notions line, is a place for men and boys, as far as bargains in Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Overalls and every- thing the men wear, is concerned. You can buy a good suit for $5.00 up. The class of goods is guaranteed to be the best and give en- tire satisfaction. We handle the best Shoes on earth and will convince you that they are the cheapest if you will call at our store. We make a special low price on good size bill. We will fit you out from head to foot and save you money. Our line of Dry Goods, Notions, etc., is always sold at a lower price than you can get elsewhere. To Country merchants and wagon peddlers, we make special bargain for job lots in our whole- sale department. Come and see me. I David Korkmas i ® The People's Store, South Side | Square, Tyler 400.POUNDS MET (From Saturday'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 18 May 1910

sMí ■ r , . V SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAV .. 1910 Á THIS WEEK May 16 to 21 Laces and Embroideries At wholesale Cost Every week we offer one line without any profit. It saves you a lot of money on that line, and It helps us to draw additional crowds. Heaps and heaps of wide and narrow embroideries, inser- Hons and flounclntfs; of Val, Torchon, Irish and other laces, of lmettlngs, bandings and madal-• lions, all of them with the retail profit left off Get it at Upstate's And see what you save OLD TYLER BOY ¡ PREACHERS ARE CAPTURES PRIZE i' On Friday afternoon of last wssk st St. Andrew church in Port Worth, was the scene of a pretty -wedding In ürbich Mr. Harry "Whitaker and Miss 'Alice Roberts McKown were made men and wife. The rector, Rev. Ram- made performed the impressive cere- mony which was attended by a num- ber ot relatives from Texarkana and by Misses Bessie and Annie Whit- aker, sisters of the groom. The brido is a young lady of charm ant* beauty, who held a re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

■-M State U^an-. Austin Tex«* Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TV'-T *<. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1910. NUMBER 41. The Big Store The Leading House THE if mm MU*E HALF PRICE SALE! Positively for Four Days Only, Beginning Wednesday and Ending Saturday night, we will sell our entire stock of Wash Coat Suits AT HALF-PRICE! These Coat suits are made of fine pure linen and French Repp it latest style. They come in white, natural and all fancy colors. The regular prices range from $7.00 to $20.00. They are now reduced to ONE-HALF their regular value Linen and Repp Dresses at Half Price. In this Half ¿Price Sale we include also about 50 new Street Dresses, made of fine Linene, French Linen, English Repp and the popular Linen Crash or Ramie Linen. All dresses in this lot that regularly sold at $8.00, go now at $4.00 i 114.00 Dresses in this lot go at 117.00 J ¡19.50 " " " 41 " •« J 19.75 Í ¡27.50 M " " " " " $13.75 i 135.00 " u " " " $17.50 As this sale will only last four days, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

sfii ■' ■ *r!' . ' T ■ * É THE SF.MI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. / ■ V Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT Ihe Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incotporaitd OAILV SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year 8. A. LIND6EY Bdttor. H. A. McDOUfl Al . . Aj «>clate Editor, f. E RAF *I:HTY . .Bualnees Mgr. 1 Bt Tyler. Tuxaa. Po tofiice M Second Mail Matter. of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texaa. A reflection i'Pilarín* in the* column con —iln* any individual, will be .®°£' ' if brouff.it to the attention oí the Editor. WHAT TH EE.AST TEXAS INDUS- TRIAL CONGRESS WILL DO. A good plan would be lor Smith county to have a fair here this fall, And along with A a land congress. Mjbí the land congress cover these (entures Let the land mem of each East Texas county bring to the con- gress exhibits of their counties suffi- cient to show the home-seeker what the soil he offers for sale will pro- duce. Let these land men be on hand with their lists of lands for Mta, to- gether w...

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