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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1910. 1 BAILEY DENIES THAT HE WROTE LETTER TO RUSSELL FAC SIMILE GIVEN IN NEWS The Dallas News prints a fac simile of the Bailey letter to S. L. Russell and of Russell's letter trans- mitting same to the News, in today's paper. Mr. Bailey's letter is written an stationery of the senate, and bear3 hla signature, which is evidently genuine. Tills being true we are at a loss to understand hi® denial. Following telegrams explain them selves: Bailey's Reply to W. H. Dougherty. Washington, D. C., May 17, 1910. W. iH. Dougherty, Gainesville, Tex. Your telegram received. I have written no letter which by any inasible construction suggests that I would under any circumstances favor Colquitt over Poindexter. J, W. Bailey. Bailey's Reply to J. M. Terrell. Washington, D. C., May 17, 1910. J. M. Ten-ell or J. J. Simmons, Nel son Philips, Dallas, Tex. Your telegram received. I do not know what the Dallas News has printed, b...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

THE SÉVJ.WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. . r-%' Sent'-Weckly Lourier-1 imos BT would have few occasions to exercise thorn. Tt3 people oí ¿wjtzerland have — j * r * >pIe*°f É*rl ^ - -i taiai j th# mBihnVV, referendum m l<Hiritr*T¡BlfS?YttWillSS^XC. tiu .,v b> nu-ans o* these they Incorporated OAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Ssbseriptho, $1.00 Per Year «. A. LIN'PSEY Editor. 1L A. licDOUOAL. . Associate Editor. W. 1C. RAFTFRTY . .RuKlneM M*r. at Tyler, . ;*3. R«tortioe as S«cond L'l** il-U Mmtur. of public !.. T: 13 North Br« dway. Texas. A reflection app.' sin* any indiv if brought t • in th« e column con will Ue cheerfully cor utuntion of the Editor. Subject u. action of Democratic Primaria . For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. For the Legislature: D. H. L. BONNER. Far District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For Dist-ict Attornry, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER.TIMES. W. 11 JILL ML CELEBRATION III TYLER JULY 28 The date for the big Smith County W. O. W. Class initiation and celebra- tion has been set for Thursday, July 2Sth and it is expected that a clas . of nearly a thousand new members •will he added to the ranks of "Wood- craft" during the campaign. This campaign will mean much ot Smith county and especially to the city of Tyler as the bringing toget'n#! of the thousands of people on the day for the big celebration will serve as one oí the greatest advertisement-! possible. The bjg campaign is a sim- ilar one to the ones held in Green- ville, McKInnev, Waco, Sulphur Springs and other places in the last two years; although similar we want to make this one in Smith county eclipse anything of its kind ever at- tempted in -Texas, and old Smith cou'nty and its people are the stuff when it comes to doing things in th>3 right way. This 1s a membership campaign and every member of the Woodmen ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

f#r; SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME®. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. V't MOTHER WARNED OF SON'S DEATH PRESENTIMENT OF FATAL AC CIDENT LEADS TO INVES- TIGATION, MESSAGE FROM THE BEAD Body of Unfortur.at: Young Man Is Saved From an Unmarked Grave. Fort Woith, Tex., May 18.—Tha presentment of a mother that her eon had been killed by being run over by the cars, saved that boy from an unknown grave, though it could not save his life. Jesse Adkins, son of S. I. Adkins, a carpenter living a*. 301 Fahey street, was run over and killed by a Fort Worth & Denver freight train threp miles north of Bowie last Monday night. The body was 'buried as "unidentl- ged" and was disinterred last Friday and brought back to Fort Worth, be- ing burled here Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Jesse Adkins, who was almost 17 years of age, had developed the rov- ing tendency common to boys, and had twioe rifn away from home. Last Monday night he disappeared in com- pany with two young men, Hen Pick- ett and Dandolph Autrey o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. THE SEMl-VVKEKLY COURIKR-TIMES. MAKE COTTON SEED FLOUR CHILLlCOTHki MILLING COMPANY BfcGINS MANUFACTURE FOR HOU&FHOLR USE. THE QUALITY IS SUPERIOR Bread and Cakes Made From Cotton Seed Meal Spring Into Favor With Epicures. Chillk'othe, Tex.. May 17.—Texas scores first iu the manufacture of commercial cotton seed flour. The Moore Milling company of this city began the active marketing of cotton seed flour here íecentiy. This is the first flour to be made from cotton seed for commercial purposes in the world. The flour is a rich golden color, finely flavored as to aroma and imparts a nutty taste to the cakes, b re ail and other articles of food. The Denver hotel served hot cotton seed cakes to its guests last week. They were greatly enjoyed not only from a standpoint of curiosity but from an epicurean view. They were dark- er than a wheat cake, as light in weight, absorbing the butter and syrup more readily. Biscuits were made from the flour that were, as l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 21 May 1910

HE E If-;:# Hi -1 i %■ SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TINWS. (from Thursday's Dally.) Roland Morrill was la the city yes- terday. und among other things ho cor.ferrod with our editor .'*s to the woik to bo taken up and carried out by the Ka--t Texas Industrial Con grvss. of which Judge Lindsey 13 president *and Mr. Morrill is a vice president. The general t.> bo persued by the t rgania::.n v. .«.• ^ :ie over by Judge Undsi.; with Mr. Morrill who approved same cutlivly. These plans will be shortly laid bv letter before the vice presidents of the congress by the president, and a meeting of the vice presidents and executive committeemen will be call- ed and held to formulate plans and i t in motion the real work of the congress to be forthwith taken up. To the Courier-Times man Mr. Mor- rill said: "The very best thing that has occurred for Bast Texas is the immigration from this section to the west a year or two ago. These peo- ple, for the most part, found the west less advantageous than this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

¡ÍÍP; 9*a?' Scwh-Weekly Courier - Times VOLUME XXVIL TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1910. NUMBER 42. 1 i I m I i 9 ■ I GOLDSTEIN & BROWN Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store. Announce a Special Sale Beginning flonday, May 23 f At a Great Reduction Our entire line of Linen dresses and Coat Suits at the following reduced Prices: Linen dresses, lace trimmed, beautiful styles in all colors Regular price $5.50, now $3.75 Regular price $3 75, now $2.25 Linenedresses, regular price $3.00, now $1.50 Gingham house dresses, regular price $1.75, now $1.25 ARE PREPARING FOR RIG CROWD W. 0. W. CELEBRATION IN TY* LER, JULY 28, PROMISES TO BE FINE AFFAIR. PROMINENT SPEAKERS Have Been Invited—Thousand* of People Are Expected to be Present. he big Smith «ounty W. O. W. campaign is being well organ- over the county and a great deal of Interest is being manifested In the affair . The different camp of the county are taking renewed energy ana putting fortti efforts for new metrubersltip while they have th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

Jpp- ™ ; ' T ' I HE SEMI-WEEKLY CO JRiGR-TIMES. [• [ % 1 r KWjijr J u&<< ■> 1 f I1S-" Í V Hi' II k, . I- ili' PROMINENT MEN ENDORSE WORK INDUST. CONGRESS President S- A. Lindsey Receives Many Letters Congratulating Him on the Movement There is i general awakening oí the people of Kast Texas as regards the Improvement and development of lhi?ir section of the state. The groat prerequisite of success is faith of the people in. the country, its present and its future, and there is much evi- dence of the presence of this great essential. Exceriw from a few letters to ^President lindsey, regarding tho Hast Texas Industrial Congress arc •jsiven to show how prominent and iTTogresslve men regard the move: Hon. 13d R. Kone, State Commis- sioner of Agriculture, writes: "1 did what I did for the East Tex- as Industrial Congress cheerfully and >vit>)out stint. I am always ready to ii1 and assist in the upbuilding of old Texas, and, while I appreciate Mif evidences contained in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. THE SEV1AVEEKLY COURIER TIMES. id WILL SUBMIT NEW NAME MAJORITY OF METHODIST CON- FERENCE IN FAVOR OF ACTION, CHANGES IN BAPTISM Changes in Baptismal Services tor In- fants Approved—Dr. Rankin on Mission Board. Asheville, N. C. May ?1-— Bishop Denny, one of the newly ejected mem bers of the college of bishcps, piesid- ed at yesterdavs session of 1ue gen- eral c-onferine? of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The committee on education nomi- nated a new board of education and the committee on publishing interests named a new publishing board both oí which were elected by the confer- ence The name of Bishop Hoss was first on the board of education. Rev. Mr. Detwiler. the conference host, was presented with a handsome cane by the delegates and an invita- tion was read by the mayor oi Ashe- ville asking the conference to retur four \ 'pa-s hence. Baptizing of Infants. Considerable discussion followed the ivcommendation ni-ade by the com raittee on revisáis, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

■ 'I. ' % ||# WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1010, THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. 4 ' | v W, IP fell if] HP?".' m h &v ■GM |i BB 1 w- * ilC- p. ... .■ p;é ' & | • w • / GREAT CROWDS ATTENDED THE ADAIR MEETINGS YESTERDAY (From Saturday's' Daily) A tremendous crowd assembled at the tabernacle yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, but on account of there being so mrvny preliminary services, including the taking of an offering for the evangelist and his co-work- «re, Rro. Adair stated that it was too late to preach and dismissed the au- dience. Fine Singing.. The song service yesterday was probably the best of the ■ meeting. There were over 150 in the choir which incuded several horns, two violins and two pianos . Prof. Fergu- son is one o fthe best choir leaders that has visited this city, and the choir is well trained. The horns and violins contribute no small part to the fine music. Testimony Meeting. Uro. Adair asked that a'.l who had onjoyed reigion for fifty years to come forward and give ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910. THE SOILS OF EAST TEXAS iT other forms of fertility, so that In ;■ few years acid phosphate will no longer be effective. Phosphoric acid' is needed by your soils and must be supplied to them, but !t is not the only thing needed an ; it is not the only thing which should be supplied. ______ j Many of your soils do not at pres ,ent appear to need potash, especially Pr:>í. O. S. Fraps of the A. and M. for cotton and corn. A great many College lead a paper before the meec- En it Texas farmers are using fertll- lnc at Nacogdoches of the East Tex lzc" s which do not supply any potash as" Press Association ami Industrial'Th" thne wlU c0'ne' however, wh- ,, you will need potash. For some crop Con crees upon the 6oi s of East1 .. . , , 1 , an(j C3 j.ome «oils, ¡t is needed now. Texas and their uses, which should as is shown by our co-operative ex- be read and preserved for reference j perinients. by eveiy person interested in this j The g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

: i* y j m v '"' r: ■'V'*' m£t ; i THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1910. i t F f ! t , .! i i i II! Semi-Weekly Courier-fimes ADVERTISE EAST TEXAS. BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. daily riWMfMM SEMI-WEEKLV Subscription, $1.00 Per Year * A. LINPSttY ... H. A. McDOUOAL. r. E. RAFFttRTY tDWrri at Am—t-*"* Bdttsr. .. Buslnsss Mgr. portoffiee u S eaod Office of pobtetioo. 211-213 North Bro«tw*y. Tyler, Ti A reflection appearing In the* cíIcubd «m earning any individual, will be eheerfaity eor- redted if brought to toe *tt*ntwo of the Editor. ANNUUiUMENTS Subject to action oí Demjcratic Primarle*. « For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. For the Legislature: D. H. L BONNER. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON. For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. 3ANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. For Comity Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

WmONlftDAY, MAY 25, 1910. THE SEHH.WEBKLY COURIER-TIMES ■*•000 r-rv q PEOPLE'S PULPIT... Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL. Putor Brooklyn Tabernacle. London. Eng., May 15th. - Albert Memorial Hall, recognized as the Uargest modern auditorium In the world, was crowded today to hear Pas- tor Russell of Brooklyu Tabernncle, New York, on "Pentecostal Blessings." Many of the most prominent stalls and (boxes are owned by the nobility, many of whom occupied them, while others, unablo to attend, graciously granted permission for their occupan- cy by others; but hundreds were turn- ed away. The meeting was held un- der the auspices of the "International Bible Students Association." The speaker said:— It is appropriate that on this day, celebrated and recognized as the an- niversary of Pentecost, we should con- sider the Import, and have well iu mind what we celebrate. I therefore take as my test, the words of St. Pe- ter explanatory of the occusiou: "This Is that which was spoken by the Prophet ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 25 May 1910

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. I . Seiw-Weekiy Cotiria-I ímes BY Tto (.ourliMimts PuNMIng Co, DAI wV lncori>or*f4 SEWI-WtEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Pw Yeer k a. UNF&E* h. a. mcVúUOAL. Aawele* Bdiior. f K. RAFKKRTÍ .. üu*n«« Mgr. A. r-l-tkm Js, «Síwr CAN-IDATE'3 DAY. July 23rd, the voters of Smith county will be called on to elect their officers for two to four years. There are certain men who wish tie chosen .these we call' candidates. Ey some kind of fiction we have come to look upon the matter choosing oAoers as though It were a scatter in Xch the candidates aiv the only anee interested, and that they had referred the question to us as a disinterested party for settle- ment. In this we are doing our- selves injustice and the public as ^The true conditions are, the people that is you, me, he, everybody, are by method of the ballot to choose offi- cers to serve ue, and we are to do this July 23rd. There are r. number of men who are candidates. They de- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

M/lk «vv feu*** , Utato Library, Austin. Texam. $55) I I Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS) SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1910. NUMBER 43. The Big Store The Leading House m^¿at£IL£¿b/£,"-¿uSSc*;.' .-v.- i.. ,'JÍSÁ UaikútAt HALF PRICE SALE! Positively for Foui Days Only, Beginning Wednesday and Ending Saturday night, we will sell our entire stock of Wash Coat Suits V. HALF == PRICE! •/ These Coat suits are made of fine pure Unen 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 thin Half "Price Sale we include also about 50 new Street Dresses, made of filie Llnene. French Llnen, English Repp and the popular Linen Crash or S&JSS this lot that regularly sold at $8.00, go nowat $4.00 $14 00 Dresses in this lot go at ;§£$ ¡118.80 . $13.75 iiilioo " " ....$i7jo ,L,. wli, oni, last four days, It will be to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

«ATURDAY, MAY 28, 1910. THE SEMl'WKEKLY COURIER-TIMES. I <\ Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Ineoiporéttd oaily semi-weekly Subscription. *1.00 Per Year --- -r:=ac b. a. LINDSEY Editor. H. A. MeDOUGAL. . Associate Editor. F E. RAFFERTY .. Uualneea Mgr. Ent>red t Tyler. Tex . Poatofflce a Second CUm Moil Matter. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texa . A retlectior. appeir '-., ecrninii any indivkJu*i fectej if brau* ■<'- to t .c : ¡n t':u-se columns con v.iii be cheerfully cor- attcr. :.o:i of the Editor. Subject to action 'of Democratic Primaries. For Congres#, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDIE. For the Legislature: D. II. L. BOXXER. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. W. H HAX^OX For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HAXSOX. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SAXDERS. COUNTS.' OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. For Comity Attorney: JJ2SSE F. ODOM. N. W....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

" ■ • y ■ ■ . • "'7: ■ ¿:r * SEVI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1010. SMITH CO. DEM. EX. COM. HELD MEETING SATURDAY Several Vacancies Supplied in Pre- cincts-Waldon Beaird Chairman, Lee Butler, Secretary At a meeting of the county demo- cratic executive committee held Sat- urday several changes were made in the personnel of the committeemen The list as corrected is as folows: Tyler, No. 1, C. 13. Shrewsberry, Tyler. Tyler, No. 2, Oscar McFarland, Tyler. Tyler, No. 3, J. W. Fitzgerald, Tyler. Tyler, No. 4, L. A. Starley, Tyler. Whitehouse, No. 5, J. T. Dickson, Whitehou'se. Omen, No. fi, O. H. líalo, Omen. Troupe, No. 7, D. P. Jarvls, Troupe. Copoland, No. S, n. E. Burns. Bullard, No. 9, W. B. Urban, Bu'.- lard. Noonday, No. 10, G. W. Splvey, Flint, ft. 2. Orange Hall, No. 11, T. C. Moore, Tyler, R 4. Flint, No. 12, C. N. Morgan, Tyler, R. 5. Pleasant Retreat, No. 1", W. E, Beaird. Tyelr, R. 2. Mt. Sylvan. No. 14, W. H Lanier, Tyler, lock box 120. Garden Valley, No, 15, J. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. lncotpor i*d oaily semi-weekly Subscription. $1.00 Per Year lad that tj nuuy of the large cities «till retain the saloons. The total es- timated population of all these South- era states is 2d.l87.6S9, of which numter 84,020,170'live in '(Ivy" ter- ritory. This shows, something oí !:o\v much farther advanced the peo- ple ot the South are when it comes to the anti-liquor reform. These Southern states have about one-thirl of the total United States population, but of all the people in the United St.i Les who live in "dry" territory, the Southern states contain more ■ot-ared t Tyler, Texas, i'imtufiice us Second than one-half.—American Issue. ciaia Mail Matter. | yjie foreüoIxiB explains the desper- Office oí publication. £11-213 North Broadway. at¡on 0f gaiOOil advocates and the fyl'r" loxl4- floods of falsehoods they are turning A reflection appearing in theso columna con 1(>;iSO Oil tile countr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. TWENTY-FIVE (From Thursday's Daily.) Last night's meeting is character- ized as the greatest of the series. There were 25 conversions, most of ■whom were grown persons. The preliminary services were con- ducted by Bro. McClurka.ii. There was a fine testimony meeting in which half a hundred testified as to the saving mice of the Gospel. The reports from tho different prayer meetings showed a large at- tendance and increased Interest. Sev- eral conversions were reported at these msetings. Mvangelisl Adair preached a strong sermon, full of feeling and power. He read the following scripture from which his text was chosen: "I saw the wicked buried and forgotten; the name of thp just shall live forever." At the c!osp of (he sermon when the preacher made the call for sin- neis, 25 went forward and were con- verted. There are a total of about 325 conversions reported thus far. Probably 100 of this number are men, being the largest number of men ever converted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

■K'' - ■ 'ti& Mppn .■ THE SEMI-WEEKLY C0URIBR-TIME8. > I I ENTERTAINMENT BY SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB OF T. H. S. "Will Present "Anne of Old Salem At Carnegie Hall Next Friday Night The Senior Dramatic Hub of Tylei High School will prest,nt "Anne of Old Salem" at Carnegie Hall, Friday, £:30 !) ir.. Th.i ticry of the play l« as follows: Good wife Ellin ivo'l. lier daugter, Ann- , and son, Nathan, ar-j reduced icr::for the sake of the fate that threatens Anne. Ezeluel heads the vllagers in the search for the Quaker, and at Good wife Ellinwell's I* turned aside only by Mistress Hardmau's declaring :heie is no Quaker there at Roger s request, and on his piomisp to go home with his from Anne,, for he REPORTS FROM TRUCK CROPS IRISH POTATOES SELLING FOR LOW PRICE IN CHICAGO MARKET. TEXAS MELONS MOVING gódóóooóooooooooooo p America's ° Welcome to Roosevelt Hail to direst poverty uy the loss of rich mother, away from Anne,, English estates in England. Nathan I fears the slightest doubt cas...

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