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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

'MAMA SATURDAY, MAY g8, 1910. Ooiriotiiid under ■II Para Food Laws Jaquea M %. Co. Chicago. COMET HAS BAD EFFECT iOUNCES I 25 A*—*'* CISMAN'9 asSsssSa! BAKING POWDER Stands for Quality Economy Purity In providing the family's meals;don't be satisfied with anything but the best. KQis guaranteed per fee* tion at a moderate price. It makes everything better. , Try and see. ^^^FFerfect or Money back. COMMISSIONER HAWKINS EXPLAINS ATTirUDE OF STATE INSURANCE BOARD AND THE KEY RATE Rates Given Out Thus Far Were Made by the Insurance Companies Writ Ins* to ¡i citizen of Orange, Commissioner Hawkins explains the attitude ot the State, 1! ant toward the Fire Insurance Key Rate now in force in every town in this slate. It will he noted the State Board lias male no fire insurance rates y,t. Mr. HawUin say s: "The law recognizes tilt right of private contract toes ween the snsurei aud insured under geneial basis schedule# to be tiltil by the insurer wbh the board all oiicli rat1 s 1 >• ■ ina...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 May 1910

Cw4*T 8 DO TRUTH IK REPORT OF DEATH Of PRESIDENT DIAZ OF MEXICO TRC C^MT.WFEKLY COURTFF-TIMES^ REÍ T. H. MORRIS WlllítílÑ DEFENSE llf TYLER MAN It was rumored on the streets to- day that President Diaz of Mexico was dead .having passed away In the City of Mexico this morning. Not being able to get a confirma- tion of the report, the Courier-Times called up the editorial rooms of the Dallas News and .learned .that .the rumor had been denied by the Mexi- can minister stationed at Washing- ton City. Our sister republic is more or less In an uproar all the time and there are frequent attempt* made to assas- sinate the president by his .political enemies, and this is .probably .how such a rumor got started. CITY AND COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPARTMENT EDITED BY A. W. ORR TYLER Day is Breaking All About Over Smith County. Three more common school dis- tricts last -week wheeled Into the licit rank, Neal's Chapel, with D. C. gm'th, T. A. Staples and W. O. Smith, trustees; Independence No. 25 -w...

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

Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910. NUMBER 44. =3= 'Jus F. Taylor. President. R. Bergfeld, Active Vlee-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Art. Cashier. (k>Q. S. McvShoe, Cashier G. C. Wimborly, Vice-Pree. Walter Oonnally, Vloe-Pree. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,090.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B March. T. B. Runiey. J. Upstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McOhie. Gus F. Taylor. w e leu Direct to 1 j | CURTISS FLIES F TO NEW Y Y ORK. WINNING PRIZE REVIVAL ISSUE TO BE PRINTED GAS FRANCHISE IS New York, May 30.—Glenn H Cur- tiss flew from Albany to New York City in an aeroplane yesterday, win- ning the $10,000 prize offered by the New York World. He covered the distance of 137 miles in 2 hours and 32 minutes, and came to earth as calmly and as light- ly as a pigeon. His average speed for the distance—54.06 miles a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 June 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COV>RIERTlM*8. r Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BY The Courier* rimes Publishing Co. ¡i\oorpor*t*d DAILY SENII-WEEKLV Subscription. $1.00 Per Year S. A. LINFSEY W**- H. A. McIiOUGAL. .A ocJ*te Editor. W. E. KAFKfclRTY .. BurtnaM Mp. ■ntered t Tyl«r. Tex , Portofflce ■ Second " Ola Mail M tter. Office of publication, 2U-2XS North Broadway. Tyler. Ttw. A reflection appearing in the columna con •mh>K any individual, will be cheerfully cor- f brought to the attention oí the Editor. SS55W ANNOHNLEMtNTS Subject tii action of Dem xerotic Primarle*. For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDD1E. For the Legislature: D. H. L, BQ-NNBR. For District Attorney: C. H. REfciSE. W. H HANSON For Flotcrlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. Tor County Attorney: ÍJ2SSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. For Tux Assessor: HENRY B. MAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 June 1910

WEDNEBOAY, JUNE 1, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. •OOO COO" PEOPLE'S PULPIT... Sennon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Paator Brooklyn Tabernacle. PASTOR RUSSELL HOMEWARD BOUND """ « ooo Pastor Kussell la returning to Amor- lea In good condition after having ad- dressed the public of Great Britaiu, Ireland, Germany, Warsaw, Russia; Rome and Jerusalem—in all forty times. Iiis largest audiences were at London, about 7,000, with Glasgow a good second. Mid-Ocean, May 29.—As i look abroad and see water, water everywhere, without a speck of land In sight, and aa I reflect that we are passing over varying depths, some of which are as great as five miles, I am reminded of the promise in the Lord's Word that ultimately the whole earth, the world of mankind, shall have such an abun- dant knowledge of the Creator and the Redeemer, as to be fitly illustrated by tbe depths of the sea. I have there- fore chosen as my text the words. "The earth shall be full of the knowl- edge of the Lord as the waters...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 June 1910

wv SEMI-WEEKLY C0URI««*TIM*8. I - f r f1 t i Stmi-feekly Courier-limes by Thf tourier-Tlmes PyWIshlng Co. incorporated pnr\y fttWII-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year a CL A. LINP8E V . . . A. McDOl.MAL.. E. RAFM KTV Editor. Associate Editor. . . Business Mgr. Altered at Tyler. Tex«s. Pontoffioe u Second Club Mail Mutter. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Tuxuu. A reflection appeurlntt In those column con earning any Individual. will bo che«rfuily cor- te ct If brought to the uttention of the r.ditor. Subject to tuition uf Ocm icrauc Primarles. 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 Oistrlct: TV. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. fftor Comity Attorney: J lOis.SK F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. For Tnx Assesso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 June 1910

WEDNESDAY, JUNE I, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER TIMES. A*\r°iIOL 3 PEK CENT ting Uie Siomachs andBtweis f Infants/CHiLiTinA Promotes DigestionCkeoiiuj ness and Rest.ContaiitsneüHer Opium.Morphine norMiocral, Not Narcotic. ■Rtdpe o/oMDiM&artiam j Ihnpkin Snd" jitc.Stttnn * JbétHt Salts • MseSud* wWmáiüát* WimStfd' ittfd' Aperfeci Remedy Tor Constipa tion, Sour S toroach. D la rrttoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- ness andLoss OF Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YOHK. *;¡), ^Vtb months old , J5 OSES -35CENTS cm Forlnfiant^ The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signatura of Guaranteed underthe Foodj Exact Copy of Wrapper. in Uss For Over Thirty Years CAS TMÍ CENTAUR COMPANY, MCW VOHK CITT. Knights' Hall, The Hague, Scene of International Fishery Conference \% Ú- ft &: ii m $%■ V..V.S ;,r ■> • > i-x. ■■ .v <'}*- ■ ■ i" >Wv--'i mr mft 1 «'£■ ■ .f. A vfev. >;•: ^ .<v fldN r'V* VY:Sj. 'C-- 'sMff**4'-**' .w ...... IfS ■ - 4 ; - '*• : : J :X\ «.■;■:■■■ ->"•...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 June 1910

■ • • THE SEMl'-Ve EEKLY COURIER-TIMES WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. 1910. SOCIETY EVENTS EDITOR'S PHONE 158 Marcos, where they attpnded tho Hons-Foster wedding on Wednesday evening. I Prom Saturday'8 I>aily) A Child No More. (By Mary Howltt.) A child no more; a ma'.deii now; A graceful mniden with a gentle, bvow And check tinged lightly, and a dove- j like oye, ^ Anil all Quarts bless her, as she pass- ^ (0 (he Bridge nui, cn Thursday ••••« Mrs. Hern o£ New York Is the charming guest of Mrs A. Hicks. Ths Bridge Club. Mrs. Annie Lou Wheeler was hos- es by. ••••• A3! afternoon. Miss Edith Maxwell .'red "nigh Mrs. Wheeler proved Rocreariou or pleasure Is U> a wo- jierscl, cqua] (0 «¡1 the requirements * " ^ " * which make a tactful aud pleasing flowered dwv R nr.* poke bonnet, and what un is to the flower; if anoe and each participant congratu- lated upon his effort. !f Mr. Allen eKndrick had spoken his part as well as he looked it, and with all the power and force his ex- cellent voice In...

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

..■■JCr mi** WEON'BSOAYi JUNE 1, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER.TIMES. SELF DEFENSE IS THE PLEt OF ERNEST BROWN Dr. Coker of Athens was Eye-witness to Tragedy and Testified in Brown's Behalf - - -,,.7 k ___ Dallas, Tex., May 28.—Dr. DeWitt ¡R. Coker of Athens. Texas, a visitor to the city and an old acquaintance of Ernest M. Brown, in testifying in habeas corpus hearing yesterday morning before Judge R. B. Seay of the criminal district court, throws a I new light on the kiling of Thursday when Grover 0. Bu'chanan met his death at 1:25 o'clock. Brown has •been under arrest since his surren- der to Police Sergeant Brown a few minutes after the shooting occurred. Dr. Coker testified that he heard Buchanan say to the defendant "G— your little soul," and immediate- ly thereafter thrust his right hand In- to his hip pocket. Brown, who was standing with his arms folded, Imme- diately fired, the bullet penetrating the center of the chest of Buchanan, ranging to the left and tearing the fibre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 June 1910

I •t * If PAID $2500 FOR HIS VOTE ILLIN0I8 DEMOCRAT CLAIM8 HE RECEIVED MONEY FOR VOT- ING FOR LORIMER. STATE IS ~ Republicans Believe Party Is Badly Split—Oeneen Makes Denial— Not in the Conspiracy. I Chicago, 111., May 30.—Politicians throughout the state are intensely ex- cited over the developments in the genator Lorimer bribery caxges. They expect several additional arrests in Springfield and Chicago. Republi- cans take a pessimistic view of ths situation. They believe that no matter how the sensational incident ends, their party has been split into two sec- tions—the followers of Deneen and suptporters of Lorimer. Exposures have not benefited either, 'but will give stimulus to agitation for the di- rect election of United States sena- tors by the voters instead of permit- ing legislatures to choose them. Fear o'f Deneen. They think Lorimer foresees a strong rival in Deneen when his term ends and regard the senator's speech as serving the dual purpose of de- fending his good nam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 June 1910

ftatu library, Austin, Texas. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TVLiU, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1910. NUMBER 45. The Big Store The Leading House *Maj/Mk THE Bi<k&TOR£-rt Ladies Muslin Underwear Just now, when more white garments are needed, we have added to our large assortment of muslin under- wear many new lace and embroidery trimmed gar- ments for summer wear, which we offer at special prices during this sale* Ladies White Skirts Dainty white cambric and muslin skirts, with knee flounce of French and German Val lace, also 18 inch embroidery flounce. Prices 1.19, 1.95, 2.50, 2.95 Childrens and Misses gowns, trimmed yoke and sleeve, 50,69 and 75c Misses and Childrens muslin skirts, deep tncked flounce, hemstitched. Special 50c Misses lace trimmed flounce 59,65 and 75c Misses embroidery trimmed flounce 59,65 and 75c v Infants and Childrens Drawers Made of best muslin, tucked and hem- stitched. sizes 0 to 6. Price 12 1-2 to 25c Lingerie Princess Slips Made of soft, flne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 June 1910

¡ÉMHn: p i t > r\ i T ÜM •KMI-WEBKLV OOURIM'TIMIit. SciHí-Weekly Courier- limes BT ft p lourier-Times Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporéted SEMI-WECKUV Subscription. $1.00 Per Year B. a. LINPSKY Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL. Associate Editor. w. E. RAFKi:KTY . .Biwtnew Mgr. Cotered at Tyler. Texas. Po tuffloe ft Second cías Mail Matter. Office of publication. 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing In these column* con carninE any individual, will be clie«rfuily cor- «•¿ted IÍ brought to tlie attention of the htlitor. — ANHÜMi NTS Subject tii iui.un ut Pemicratlc Primaries. For Congress, 3rd Districts H. C. GEDDIE. For the Legislature: D. II. L. BONNER. For District Attorney: ' C. H. REESE. W. H. HANSON For Fiotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. COUNTY OFFICES. For County School Superintendent: A. W. ORR. For County Judge: J. A. BULLOCH. NAT GENTRY. for County Attorney: JjJtíSK 1<\ ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 June 1910

„ .■ ; iMlffi11 11¿iiVlfríiiri¡C^^ÉMÍiiii Éa i «i— 11 SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1910. THE SEMIAtfEEKLY COURIER-TIMES MEETING WAS INTERESTING FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING AT PLEASANT HILL CHURCH- LARGELY ATTENDED. <m the same day the same man rose and moved that the cburch donate ¡ the pastor i present of J100, a large pait of which he himself contributed, i The sermon he preached yesterday : ou the text. "1 am n t ashamed of ¡the gospel of God." he said In part: ' Paul was a great man before his HELD conversion, but afterwards a greater one—he was not great for his intal- itvt, nor his oratory, but for his pow- er of action, his ability to carry out tho dictates of his conscience. Paul had the ability to show poople their shortcomings, to bring about repent- ance, and confession. Paul suffered limuoh but he said that the soul is TWO MERITED PROMOTIONS OOTH EFFECTIVE TODAY JULE C. BP.OWN ESCOMES ME- TOM FP A3Ef! ACCEPTS POSITION The program for tho fifth Sunday meeting at Pleasant Hill waa begun ...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY GOURIEfl-TIMM. St ¿in-weekly Courier-1 imes BV Tl c tourler-iiir.es Publishing Co. OA i LY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year %. A. L«INPb lá V Editor. H. A. McDOl HAL.. Aaswlate Editor. 1\ E. RAFI ' IITV ..BusIiipm Mgr. Cnterod ftt Tyler, Tuxas. Fiisturflee ua Sucond " CIuhm Mull Muttor. Office of Dublicatmn. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing In tlieae columns con earning any individual, will be chf'erfuily cor- •arited If brought to the attention of the hditor. FOUR OI8TR1CT JUDGES FOR JOHNSON. Mr. T. L. Kpton, county attorney of Knox county, is vls'tlng his par- ents of Tr-iupe. Mr. Tipton is an old Tyler boy and Ive Is «spending a few days In this city staking hands with ©Id friends. Mir. Tipton says John- son stand's Mjell with the people out his way. That the Bailey people ar>J for Poindexter, whil.' the rest of the people are rttividcxl between Johnson. Davidson and Colquitt, in the orde- named. As an evidence of Jo...

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

SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER TIMES. r>mnv tlí 13 BAPTIZES 0Í DM HENRY . ACKER Trip* )>r ilLLO tíS LAST NIGHT . Gr.lv. tjn, Tex.. June 2—The board of r. ¿fivís cf the Uniw rally of Texas he..! a ni-.'otlns •U the medical college Tut sday morning and tho following iiuu'ibtrs attended the melius: .Chairman T. S. Henderson of Cam- eron, George \V. Brackenrldge of San Antonio, Hampson Gary of Ty- ler, Judge A. W. Terrell of Austin, and Dr. A. \V. Fly of Galveston. '1 he two other members were unable to ttend. Through the approval of the p!ua recently submitted by the faculty ¡;f the medical college a laboratory of preventive medicine and public health will be established at once In this city. The board of regents desire the medical department as soon as practicable to do Its full share In safeguarding the health of the peo- ple of the state, In the way of work- ing In conjunction with the board of (From Thursday's Dally.) The First Baptist church was well filled ...

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

?r ' ^ Pfi ' THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMSS. •ATUHDAY, JUNK 4, •i5i ' I I I I I I I sás Ir vi«ltlng tlw ,M1«n>* Jackson. >t!?s Pudlo Jackson is homo for the Normal visit from SHOWING OF CENSUS ABOUT RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS Protestant Bodies Show Membership than Catholics Much Larger That of I Denton, Hit will return *0011 and at Iter. I tho summer term. | "t'lio first Sunday in June will bo IOli ldren'r Day at Center. A very nlco pti gram has been arranged for tli<• nn rnlng exercises, and then dinner an.i in the afternon a song service, an I ati address by i-orae one, A hear tv welcome Is extended to ull. Mrs. Dr. Johnson of Snyder, Texan, an • Miss Mary Cooley of Forney, are vi-iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Q. Desmond \Ya.*hin«ton. D. C.. Juno l.-The titles about 75.1 per cent of its en- 1 , a-MsiiR- nmm. ll,c membership in cities of ovei ««rósate number of J-.936446 lnhabltautB. «nunicants or members of hII rellg- Jn thJl.teen ()f the cities moro than lous denomina...

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

i3®5£35x a;."5 «Tí, — ■ «ATURDAY, JUNI 4, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. RURAL LETTER CARRIERS BODY OF MET YESTERDAY IN TYLER! CHILD F Held Interesting Session at Commercial Club Rooms- New Officers are Elected (From Tuesday's Daily.) 1 :\\s, firty cents Nati-nal, farcy cts. Smith County Rural Letter Cur- H'tp.t >, anton cents Count v; this to tiers' Association met in annual, eon- , . . , . 1U1 .. . , ,, ' 1 apply to each s;\u< nnd territory, ventioo in 'this city today, May 30th.; 1ft * ve , . ' . . i 10. 1 hat the repereanuitlon from There was 20 members out 28 with , , . , . . , , . .. .each state and territory shall he one ns It wa> ft fine meeting. Officers ,... , . 4 , ' , , _ , .. | (1) delegate at large and one (1) del- were e eeted for another years a¿ , „. . , . . ei cgate for each 200 members or major LITTLE ALMA KELLNER, THE EIGHT-YEAR-OLD SCHOOL GIRL. iPresi- follows: J. C. Starnes, of Lindale, dent, re-elected. J. E. Biscoe, of Flint, Vice-Presi- dent, ...

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

; SATURDAY, MAY 2t, «10. «"WT.\«T3VT,Y COVW* TIMES. SATURDAY, JUNB 4. Starts Saturday June 4th Lasts all June Saturday June 4th, Till end of June 1 JUNE 5 tJi I; I SALE Our June Mark-down sale brings to you the biggest values we have ever shown This is our great effort to rid ourselves of Spring goods. Prices have been cut deep and mercilessly. If you care for economy, read every wor<J of this, then come and lay in a supply. Our June Mark-Down Sale breaks all former records 2.50 150 pairs pants, well made, worsted, neat patterns belt straps and side buckles, latest style I i Pet You a Suit During this Sale Men's and Boys' Pants. 250 pa'rs of Men's Trousers, extra good worsted and cheviots, neat, light and and medium effects; well Q OR made; worth $5.00 to $6.00 OaOU Perfect fitting Pants, extra well made, in light and medium stripes, extra good $3.50 values Extra Pants Special. 1.25 Men's Straw Hats at Less than Half Price. Men's and Boys' Straw Hats, in all the new shapes and of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 June 1910

WT.>iüBfsp. Í.v¿"9W S wc;:-TV*;. ¡¡MHÍRjMNt 'niMtfÉart mi Btate Library, Austin, Twum. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE C, 1910. NUMBER 46. IP^TATP'^ JUNE MARK DOWN SALE of Clothing, Dry Goods, etc.. " ^ is now going on Gus F. Taylor. President. (¡eo. S. McGhee, Cashier R. Bergfeld, Active Vlce-Pres O. C. Wimborly, Vice-Pres. , T. B. Ramey, Vlce-Pres. Walter Connally, Vlce-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY } FIRST OF A SERIES OF OPEN I JOHNSON CLUB I Directors Geo. c. Wimberly. R. H-srgfeld. Walter Connally. H B Marsh. • T. B. Ramey. I. Lirstate. R. D. Cobb Geo. S. McGhce. Gus F. Taylor. We L (¡i 1 • j < < 1 HOW TICKET WILL LOOK CANDIDATES FOR STATE OFFI- CES HAVE FILED PETITION FOR NAMES ON TICKET. TIME IS OUT TODAY June 6th is Last Day Applications Can Be Made For Name on Ticket. Dallas, lex., June 6,—From p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 June 1910

'¡rV* ' .. THE SER:!-WEEKLY CÓ JRiRR-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1910. j ■;}' . I.f . f fyf 1 Í Í Sen>'-Weekly Courier-limes BY The ( crkr-fimes Publishing Co. OAll y ¡ncorporal0d SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year B. A. LINPSEar Editor. H. A. MoDOUOAL. . Associate Editor. *. 12. RAFVEHTY .. Business Mgr. Bntered at Tyler, Ti-xua. Postofflce as Second CIuhh Mail Matter. Mice of publication, 211-213 Nortli Broadway, Tylor. Texas. A reflection appearing in thi-w columna con eerninK any individual, will be choorfuily Cor- «erti'd if brought to the attention of the Kditxir. JUD3E RUSSELL A" IS D. CONGRATC- Washington, June 4.—The hous" of reproKiTiiative this afternoon lustily cheered the appointment of Represen- tative Gordon Kusseli as federal Judge. The demonstration was launched In course of a debate over the sundry civil bill. The house, in com- tt-ttee oí the whole, was discussing *u Hem about an appropriation for a federal court, when Representative Bennet of New York, cha...

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