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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 October 1910

•Ml-WEEKLY CdURIER-TlMM. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1910. This F all 1910 Finds us in the Ibes* kind of shape oo Selling at Bottom Prices.. Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods "Our Stock is Complete in the Different Departments. Our Prices the Lowest Possible" Ladies Suit*, Ladies Skirts, Ladies Waists We have the largest and best assorted stock in the above lines, this fall, that we have ever carried, Beyond any doubt the desire and the the need for buying ladies clothing ready made is becom- ing greater ever year. We have got them, we save you good money on them. Ladies Suits.$2.90 to $19,50 Ladies Skirts — 95® to 12.50 Ladies Waists 50® to 4.90 Let us Show You Millinery—Tailored and Ready to Wear Hats We established quite a reputation in this line last Spring. Until then we had not put the strong push back of this department that is need- ed. This fall we show extensive lines of the very latest in Millinery and at prices within the reach of everybody. Let us ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 October 1910

n.P.. n SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1910. L | li I I'.-;, I f I 1 1 j P- if I. No Matter Whether it's a good FARM WAGON or a BUGGY. HACK or SURREY I . i -• i You want, WE HAVE IT. We have the best Vehicles sold in Texas. We have tested them in all ways. Then we have sold hundreds of them and other folks have tested them, They're right, R-I-G-H-T. The more you know about our Wagons and Buggies and Surreys the easier it is to sell you. We shall be glad to meet our friends and the pub- \ lie generally during the Fair or when in Tyler and show you thru the many beautiful styles of Bug- gies, Hacks, Surreys and Wagons we handle ! ■■cm No other store has as many No other Store sells as cheap. BIG LINE BUGGY AND WAGON HARNESS Brown & flcFarland, Tyler,Tex [ [ (FYwm TV oil nwviay's Daily > The defense cto<e<! Hi side of the Robinson murder caso with the tes- timony oí Ur Harrell, a character witness tisis momias:. The slate put on t ho follow ins re- but:*! ...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1910. E T HEfE HEAD OF THE AMICABLE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. For Sometime Was a Reaident of Tyler—Taught School in Smith County. (From Tuesdays Daily.) The Courier-Times is in receipt of the Amicable Record, a publication issued by the Amicable Ufe Insur- ance Company at Waco. It gives Inormation concerning the organization and growth of this home life insurance company which has made and is making such a phenome- nal growth. The Record gives a very fine page likeness of Alternas R. Roberts, the president of the life insurance com- pany. Many Tyler people will re- member Mr. Roberts. For sometime he lived in this city. He taught school in Smith county years ago, and maried a daughter of Dir. Driskell. Mr. Roberts is considered one of the ibest life insurance men in the South, and he has the satisaction of seeing the company which he was largely in- strumental in organizing In taking rapid strides among the great companies of the country...

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

RiwilWu SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. 8AUTR0AV, OCTOBER 8, 1910. FIST TEXAS FAIR ORIS TODAY-SMITH MTV (HIRE DEDICATED V w In ii II i i Magnificent Array of Farm Products Thrown Open to the Public LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS rom Thursday'^ Daily.) The first annual exhibit of the East Texas Fair was formally thrown opea to the public this morning. t-reparations have be.i. going for leveral days, and it was t "nougat everything would be in readiness by today, but there were 30 mnay more exhibits received than was expected, ♦hat not all the exhibits -will be In place before this evening. Fine Farm Exhibits. All day fanners have been arriving with fine products from their farms Two or three community exhibits were not in place until this after- noon. Several farmers have brought a w.igon load from one farm, many having as many as fifteen or twetuy exhibits raised or. a ?lngie farm. The bootLs lor farm exhibits are practi- cally filled up. Merchant's Booths Attractive. The merchan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

„u i..'- «. * f ' T"'" Semi-Weekly Courier-.Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNiEAOAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910. NUMBER 82. EXHIBITS BEING PUT IN READINESS TO CARRY TO THE DALLAS FAIR (Froan Monday's Daily.) The fair management this morning Vegan the collecting of an exhibit for the Dallas fair. Most all exhibitors At the fair last week consented to giTe a part of their exhibit to be sent, to the Dallas fair. Swan turned all of its exhibit over to the committee, Lindale did likewise and other com- munity exhibits as well as individual exhibitors advised the committee to take the best and carry it to the fair. An effort will be made to secure a furlough from the department of agri culture for C. E. Allen, the winner of the best individual exhibit and who is employed as a government demon- trator to accompany the exhibit to the fair and remain there during the ifair. So we are safe in saying that Smith county will have by far the best exhibit at the grea't Dallas fair ever sent from this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

% : M i I mt i i V °o.°0 , o r) O JO o y íOo & SEMI-WEEKLY COUJ?lER-TíME3. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1910. No Matter % Whether it's a good FARM WAQON or a BUGGY. HACK or SURREY You want, WE HAVE IT. We have the best Vehicles sold in Texas. We have tested them in all ways. Then we have sold hundreds of them and other folks have tested them. They're right, R-I-G-H-T. The more you know about our Wagons and Buggies and Surreys the easier it is to sell you. We shall be glad to meet our friends and the pub- lic generally during the Fair or when in Tyler and show you thru the many beautiful styles of Bug- gies, Hacks, Surreys and Wagons we handle No other store has as many No other Store sells as cheap. BIG UNE BUGGY AND WAGON HARNESS Brown & flcFarland, Tyler,Tex or OF .H.B. AT :t ders that the said C. C. Alexander the intention of providing for the coy Woodall, Wra. W. Foard, I, S. Byron, 'shall have two hundred dollars for struction of a new court house. How- W« I. Huggans, Elbert ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

TYLKft DAILY COURIKft-TIMU WEDN£«DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910. ESS OF H. B. (Continued from Page Twc.) shown by a contract entered into by tim and the county on the 7th day of July, 1851. Under the terms of the contract he was to be i>aid bjr the county the sum of $9000, and was to finish the building not later than the 1st day of March, 1853. In the order, hbwever, it was provided that Yar- brough should so far advance the work that by the 1st day of April, 1852, Doth the supreme and district courts could hold their spring terms therein. By an act of the legislature approved on the 3rd day of Novem- ber, 1850, it was provided by the leg- islature that the supreme court should hold its sessions at three placea in the state, one of which was' Tyler, It was, no doubt, for the pur- pose of accommodating the supreme court that the commissioners provid- ed for so large a building at that ■time. I remember well this old bundl- ing, and many are the days I have spent in it when a boy listening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

m SEMI-WEEKLY GOURlER.TlMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1*10. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes It The Courler-JI Subscription. $1.00 Per Year B A. LIND6BT • • • > • ■. A. McDOÜOAL,. r. *• RAFFERTY LE i . CO. MWW*FlllSrf^!MER0ttNB'J,PMlflDE was gotten together in two day Congress. delivered a Strang address time. No preparattbns were made, upon "The development of Bast hut a few citizens huriedly gathered Texaá •• Mr Morrill was followed by them. "There is "no telling what we would have done if we had made any at Tj 'yler, Texaa. Post OlaaeMail Mattel Poetofflce u SMond ir. af publication. 211-118 North Broadway. Triar. Texaa. thfae columna con . J,Vwill to cheerfully cor- f brought to the attention of the Editor. INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT C. E. ALLEN, LIVING 12 MILES FROM TYiLEiR, CAPTURES FIRST PIRlZE. SHOWS HUNDRED VARIETIES ^ W. H. McBride's Auto Won First Honors for Double Vehicle—Mr. Jno. Mcllwaine'® Turnout First Hcpors for Single Vehicle . ' ,1 • (Prom Saturday's Daily.) • nd Mrs. Frank Pul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

StMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910. t t \>.i i juníín - For ..Selling at Bottom Prices.. Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Millinery; and Ladies Ready-to-'Wear Goods I, "Our Slock is Complete in the Different Departments, Our Prices the Lowest Possible" Ladies Suit , Ladies* Skirts. Ladies Waists We have the largest and best assorted stock, in the above lines, this fall, that we have ever carried, Beyond any doubt the desire and the the need for buying ladies clothing ready made is becom- ing greater ever year. We have got them, we save you good money on them. Ladies Suits.$2.90 to SI9.50 Ladies Skirts—95s to 12.50 Ladies Waists .... 50* to 4.90 Let us Show You Millinery—Tailored and Ready to Wear Hats We established quite a reputation in this line last Spring Until then we had not put the strong push back of this department that is need- ed. This fall we show extensive lines of the very latest in Millinery and at prices within the reach of everybody. Men's Hats, Boys Hat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

'V ' (r¿ •EMI-WUKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEOMKftOAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVfegelable Preparation forAs- similatingiteFbotfaiKlRegula- (ingUie Sumachs aulBowds# Infants/Childkkn Promotes DigesrtonCheeffiil- ness and RestXontalíis natter Opiuni.Morphine nor Mineral Not Narcotic. JtopeifWJkSIMUBMUn ~""T£fe- ♦ ÉMr# tion, Sour Stomach,DI Worms jConvulskms .ftvensfr nessandLoss or Sleep. Fae Simile Sifoatureof NEW YDBK. A t b month s oU j5 Doses -}5Cfnts CASTORU For Infants an¿ Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of '(^Mirante e A under the i Exact Cepy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA INTERESTING THINGS SEEN IN THE ART. MARY ANO CURIO DOTS '■1 rr i 1 i y. r ,i :• -: i■']' U- W.- The AH Blfplty No feature of the lair is more of á success and pleasurjl to everybody than the Art displajj^ This exhibit is ■Oder the direction ' of Mrs. Lord., whose ta3te and talent is so well known In Tyler. The display contains a large number of pictures d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY (SOURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1910. In view of the overwhelming . bum of evidence antagonistic to alum, i_ '' . *e*ommended that it* u*e in baking powders be prohibited by law.—United State* Senate Committee Report Dr.PRICFS CREAM Baking Powder Made from Grapes Approved by physicians and food officials, both Stale and National* Awarded highest honors by the great World's Expositions, and proved of superior strength and purity by the official tests. No Alum \ No Lime Phosphate^ DISPLAYS AT THE EAST TEXAS FAIR Many Elaborate Displays are to be Seen—Jas. F. Adams Occupies Special Tent—Exhibit From Longview Currie & Gaston. This popular firm has a very cred- itable exhibit, showing a fine line of shoes, clothing, neckwear, hats, shirts, etc. Among special articles shown are the well known Desnoy- ers' shoes, guaranteed to wear six months; Stacy Adams Co. shoes; "Winder Hose" and Goldman Beck- ham clothing. This firm carrier only reliable brands of goods. Their e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 October 1910

8BMKWUKLY CMMIWM>TtMKtw 12, 1*10. a fa _ r?i II f M •> li I 1 ' \ )! J .it «Dont' Miss The Lufkin Fair Oct. 12. 13, 14, 15,1910 fastest half Mile track in T¿xas Over thirty race horses coming Ten mile motorcycle race every day With holder of world's motorcycle record Twenty big shows in grand carnival Balloon ascension and lire works Wild West show and broncho busting Grand float and auto parade —loth poultry and farm exhibits Musts by fet famous Hoo-Hoo Band Fun for everybody every day Spend 4 big days in a real live town Excursions on all railroads ✓ WAS witnessed by immense throng Last night. _Young Ladies Partici- ri of Miss Ruby Ch«rry. (Fom Saturday's Daily) Sé""drill under the direction of MiOB Ruby Cherry, in which twenty- (out young ladies participated last evening, was one of the most artistic exhibitions ever given in Tyler. There were twenty-four young la- dies in the drill, twelve being ar- rayed on each side. The captains were, Miases Ruby Odien and Daisy Burks. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

State Library, Austin, Texan Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII.. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1910. NUMBER 83. The Big Store The Leading House THE S/G STORE-THE LEADING HOUSE |o O i a o« Q 0,, i Royal Brand We are showing all the new Brown, Tan, & Grey, ma- terials, also Blue serge in Single and Double breasted coats. Ages 5 to 18 Prices 5.00 to $12.50 A Telescope Camera 6c Entire outfit for making pictures Free with every boys suit. % Bring Your Boys Here and Have Them Fitted and Get a Camera Free MAYER & SCHMIDT A. N. BROWN, ORCHARDMAN FROM DELAWARE, VISITS EAST TEXAS FAIR. SURPRISED AT EXHIBITS Says People of East Texas Do Not Realize the Great Possibilities Lying Out Before Them. Boys and Childrens Fall and Winter Clothing E lead in Boys Clothes because we specialize in ''Best-Ever" Clothes. Every Garment of this famous brand is guaranteed in every detail. That alone would feature them. To class them as éntirely distinctive, every "Best-Ever" suit has these ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

«f MI-WCEKL? CeUftíCR-TIMeS. SATURDAY, OtTOllR 18. 1 10k Í ' í-i ♦ SemUeekly Courier-Times BY Yke Courier-Ttaes Publishing Co. l/ncwptrtM DAILY SCMI-WEBKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ■l A. UNT6EY ■. A. McDOUOAL.. W. M. RAFFERTT a nobler woman It stretches far round her, better than ceiled with cedar, or painted with vermilion, thedding its quiet light far, for those who else were homeless.—John Rtr - Us. FORT WORTH RECORD DISCUSS- ES THE FAIR. Mgr. tl Tyler. Touu. Portofflc* M Seoond Clw tUil lUtter. of rabbettxn. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Tex**. A reflection appearing in thew coJnmni eon g muy inoiTídúii. • will be cheerfully cor- if brveght to the attention of the Editor. Governor Campbell spoke at the Nacogdoches fair and was heard by several thousand people. Roosevelt is touring sections of the Booth, and is being greeted by thou- sands of interested spectators wher- ever he appears. He resources of East Texas have never before been given the adver- tisement they received...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

SB Ml-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS tí 10, OMEN AND ARP WINNERS OF TEN RIBBONS ON VERY FINE LINE OF FARM AND ORCHARD PRODUCTS. W.A.SHACKLEFORD IN CHARGE Mrs. Shackleford Won Two Rib bons For Painting and Crayon Pictures. UST OF AWARDS HORSES 8 MULES NUMBER OF EAST TEXAS COUN- TIES HAD STOCK ON EXHIBI- TION AT THE FAIR. WRITES LETTER ;T0 HIE DISPLAY OF STOCK HENRY ACKER ASKS THEM TO GO WITH BOYS TO DALLAS STATE FAIR. MUST REPORT B! OCT, 16 Mr. W. A. Shackleford, one of the most prominent citizens of the Omen and Arp community, had charge of the exhibits from those places. They von ribbons as follows: Red ribbon on peanuts. White ribbon on cotton—exhibited, a stalk that had 179 bolls. Blue ribbon on sweet potatoes. Red ribbon on Indian peaches. White ribbon on Mexican June corn. | White ribbon on goober peas. Red ribbon on oats. Mr. Shackle- ford stated that these oats made CO bushels per acre, and were grown on land that had been in cultivation 60 years by C. C. Musselwh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

! SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BY The tourier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY ^Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year s. A. LINPSEY Editor. If. A. McDOUOAL.. .Associate Editor. 9. E. HAFFERTY . .Busineae Mgr. Entered at Tyler. Texas. Postofliee aB Second Class Mail Matter. Office of pubÜcatíon. 211-213 North Bfoadway. Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing In these columns con earning any Individual,, will be cheerfully cor- ■Mted if brought to the attention of the Editor. /VXTiru-u-ijV-i-i-1- ■ ■ I ■ ■ ■ Harrison county i¿ to liave its third local option campaign withki twelve months soon. The 'smokestacks of a city indicate prosperity. Tyler needs more oí them, and with them will come an increased tin bucket brigade. 10 cents a ton more. This wholesale dealer forces tht> retail dealer to pay him }1 a t!on more so he cau pay lU« operator 50 cents a ton more to pay the miner 10 cents a ton more for <li fíinfí it. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1910. This Fall 1910 Fmdsos in the bes^ kind off shape —^^ - :For5— at Bottom Prk Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods "Our Stock is Complete in the Different Departments, Our Prices the Lowest Possible" Ladies Suits, Ladies. Skirts. Ladies Waists We have the largest and best assorted stock in the above lines, this fall, that we have ever carried, Beyond any doubt the desire and the the need for buying ladies clothing ready made is becom- ing greater ever year. We have got them, we save you good money on them. Ladies Suits.$2-90 to $19.50 Ladies Skirts — 95® to 12.50 Ladies Waists 50c to 4.90 Let us Show You Millinery—Tailored and Ready to Wear Hats We established quite ¡ reputation in this line last Spring. Until then we had not put the strong push back of this department that is need- ed. This fall we show extensive lines of the very latest in Millinery and at prices within the reach of everybody. Men's Hats, Boys Hats, Men's Shirts,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

■ gMP* "f-'-r •WMMM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1010. ft! I P III I i J I I j { ' HI Hi i (i m 9 AWIDOW JONES jtor YOUNG-V MEN & COPYRIGHT I9I0 6Y WIDOW JONES«rftOSTOM, This is a Pronounced Style in Widow Jones Clothing No Custom Tailor Could Produce Better Hanging More Stylish Garments at Double the Price. They Stand for What they are, the Best Clothes it is Pos- sible to Make, the Best Value that Possibly be Offered Come to our store any day this week. A single inspection will prove to you that we are prepared to supply the wants of the best dressed Men and Boys in Texas with every late style and fabric for young Men, Boys and Little Chaps for Fall and Winter, 1910-11. or All The Latest Styles BROWN & flcFARLAND We Sell Good Clothes Tha t Fit 1 For hat exclusiveness look to us. We have got the snappy shapes in BEAVER BRAND HATS. OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS XYLANDER CARSON, Editor R. F. D. No. 9 Tyler, Texas • In these columns, from time to vme, will appear vital truths and' statistics be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

1 PROGRESS ftEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIM E«. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1910. AND DEVEL- OP EAST TO" idress Delivered by Col. J* *8. Mayfieldon Thursday, Oct. 0, Opening Day of East Texas Fair ;OME VALUABLE STATISTICS ARE SUBMITTED On Thursday, October 6th, the Opening day of the East Texas Fair nd dedication day of Smith county's Jiew court house, Col. J. B. Mayflel i pas one of the main speakers. He se- lected for his subject, "The Progress )nd Development of East Texas " Mr. iayfields' speech Is as follows: In the onward march of civiliza- tion and the development of the in- dustrial pursuits of life, there is no ^tate within the union that has made nore rapid strides toward the goal of Its own destiny within the past trn }ears than the Lone Star State of Texas. Perhaps no portion of this great btate has attracted less ¡'ttentien in Jhe past and looked upon with more vor as to its present and its future |th-n the eastern part of i.bii vast npire, where truck, fruit :;nd ves;- ^table indust...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 15 October 1910

WW í I Í¥ It ; H 'í i •14 ítt í | 3 I j íafl IV, i 1 II ft'í 1 i|MI 1 J'jl l'slii. ¡tó1 i ! ti i i; MÍ" BU ít .-¡ : w !• i !s! i fiffi t B. EXIMIS VISIT OF OFFICIALS IN TEXAS HA6 STARTED MAM Y RUM0K6 ABOUT EXTENSIONS. PARTY VJSITS Mr. Gould in OaIIm—Mr. Brltton Predict* Fin* Business During Coming Wintor. The trip over the Cotton Belt sys tem In Texas lias set agog many ru mora. From Nacogdoches comes the new that the system Is contgmplat lng extending to that city. The Na- cogdoches Sentinel speaking of the trip of President Gould of New York and President Brltton of St. Louis to that city says: "A dispatch from Shreveport stated that the party were better pleased with conditions of the South tban ever, and that the CJotton Belt ■waa-doing a good business and mak- ing lots of valuable Improvements. The trip through here yesterday, al- though no intimation was received, has today revived talk of the Cotton Belt extension Into this city, inas- much as it is known that the Une ¡has co...

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